Definition of drouth in English:

drouth

Line breaks: drouth
Pronunciation: /draʊθ
 
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noun

  • dialect or literary form of drought.
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    • The latest of these to hit designer bars is Krusovice, a Czech beer of some note and an extremely welcome antidote to the drouth of Scottish youth.
    • Campbell once asserted that, while ‘drouth, hot winds, grasshoppers and so forth’ posed serious challenges, the ‘Greatest hazard’ to the success of his corporation was the ‘human element.’

Derivatives

drouthy

adjective

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