desiccated in Indonesian
Here and there amid the desiccated brown of brambles and brush a lone green shoot announced that this was a special place.
Layers of desiccate and hopcalite are disposed between two nets in a ratio of 1: (4-5) with respect to volume.
In places the desiccated stems of plants trailed across the stone, looking like oversized bindweed killed by the frost.
The microchip was desiccated dry at 37° C.
They learned to hunt rats, for there were rats aplenty in the empty buildings, fat ones well fed on desiccated corpses.
The case of desiccated feed as an essential component of animal fodder is paradigmatic.
a kernel which is abnormally wrinkled or flat, and/or desiccated, dried out or tough.
After I cleaned the desiccated tissue from the ulna, I saw these.
And that's what caused them later them to desiccate.
All organic life just dead and desiccated in a matter of hours.
lacking vitality or spirit; lifeless: desiccate, arid, dull
preserved by removing natural moisture: dehydrated, dried, preserved
thoroughly dried out: dry, dried-out