Definition of moisture in English:

moisture

Syllabification: mois·ture
Pronunciation: /ˈmoisCHər
 
/

noun

Derivatives

moistureless

adjective
More example sentences
  • Adam breathed deeply of the moistureless, high-altitude air and felt a familiar, if long absent soreness in his throat and his sinus.
  • In dry caves, preservation is often excellent, due to moistureless air and limited bacterial activity.
  • Along the road were mud bricks put together in the shape of small houses to dry in the hot and moistureless desert climate.

Origin

late Middle English (denoting moistness): from Old French moistour, from moiste (see moist).

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