His body is swept away with all the others, like a dried-up fly in a dusty corner.
He's a mystery, done up in the carcass of a little, dried-up man, of a d—d uncertain age.
Why, you little sawed-off, dried-up, sassy son of a sea cook!
He was a dried-up and wizened old man, but I found him as active as a youth of twenty.
It's hard to judge this dried-up world by earthly standards.
Damn my cousin Townham for a dried-up, wiggy, pratin' little scandalmonger!
He was no longer jealous of "any little, black, dried-up Frenchman."
He was a wizened, dried-up little man, not much more than five feet in height.
Will they not be like thirsty people coming to a dried-up pond?'
Everything around me was black—the sky, the mountains, the vast pits, the dried-up mouths of which gaped dismally.