A crust of conoidical shells covered the rock at certain points, the dry rot of the granite.
In truth it looked as if New Constantinople was doomed to die of dry rot.
But, like some fair-looking houses or fair-looking ships, he took the dry rot.
Love of money is starting a dry rot in the land of the gods.
Civil war in America; universal hara-kiri in Europe; the dry rot of wealth wasting itself in self-indulgence.
I think it's going to keep me from dyin' of dry rot, which I've always been afeard of.
The beams of the staircase and the flooring of the first story have got the dry rot.
Dozed: a piece of timber is dozed when there is a dry rot in the heart of it.
We'll feel the wind fresher when she draws out from the land, and there's a streak of dry rot in her mainmast round the partners.
Portion of the mycelium of dry rot or tear fungus, Merulius lachrymans.