dry up Arab
"I dreamt that a market fountain, from which wine once flowed, has dried up, and now not even water will flow from it; what is probably to blame?"
that he had made behind the park, lamenting their neglected condition due to the departure of the men, trying himself to open the sluice gates so as to give some water to the pasture lands which were beginning to dry up.
"Dry up!" he said.
"Give her, at least your hand on it," observed Marya Dmitrievna, whose tears had long since dried up.
Farid turned onto a narrow unpaved road and parked the Land Cruiser along a dried-up gutter.
Once the large white days dry up, the move has probably run its course.
Product is recrystallzed from ethanol or isopropanol (compound dries up from isopropanol very slowly).
The artificial lake dried up in hot weather.
The columns dissolved, the lights went out, the fountains dried up and vanished with the camellias and the tulips.
The pond has dried up.
lose water or moisture: dry, dehydrate, dry out, exsiccate, desiccate
dry up and shrivel due to complete loss of moisture: shrivel up, mummify, wither, shrivel, shrink