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arid
used in Jane Eyre

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Definition
lacking sufficient water or rainfall

or:

lacking vitality or spirit
  • I hold that the more arid and unreclaimed the soil where the Christian labourer's task of tillage is appointed him — the scantier the meed his toil brings — the higher the honour.
    Chapter 30 (56% in)

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