depleted of water or moisture; gone dry:
a dried-up water hole.
shriveled with age; wizened:
a dried-up old mule skinner.
Pick off dried-up buds and flowers, spots where budworms may hide.
There's a note on the dresser, scrawled on hotel stationery with a dried-up hotel ball-point.
When the wind blows across the dried-up sea, it carries dust containing these toxic chemicals.
The first step in the process is rehydration of the dried-up cells.
Before me was a graveyard of ships, rotting and rusting in the dried-up seabed.
As the day wore on the streams of health and positiveness flowed once more in the dried-up channels, and she was her proper self.
Nor does this figure include the effect of fire on dried-up bogs.
The disease frequently attacks the base of the seedling and leaves a shriveled, dried-up stem at the base of the seedling.
Then, soybeans and other cash crops are seeded through the dried-up plant residue, which forms a surface mulch.
The disease frequently attacks the base of the seedling and leaves a shriveled dried-up stem at the base of the seedling.