Dry Weight

Technology / Aviation / Dry Weight: The weight of an engine exclusive of any fuel, oil, and coolant.

Other Words for Dry

Dry Adjective Synonyms: dreary, boring, tedious, tiresome, wearisome, wearying, tiring, dull, uninteresting, monotonous, prosaic, commonplace, stale, uninspired, plain, unadorned, unembellished
Dry Verb Synonyms: dry up or out, wither, shrivel, shrink, wilt
Dry Noun Synonyms: dehydrated, desiccated, arid, sear, parched, waterless, moistureless, barren, bare, fruitless

Other Words for Weight

Weight Noun Synonyms: arrange, manipulate, bias, incline, slant, rig
Weight Verb Synonyms: heaviness, avoirdupois, mass, tonnage, heft

Oil Mist Lubrication-Dry Sump

Technology / Motors / Oil Mist Lubrication-Dry Sump: A method for lubricating anti-friction bearings which utilizes oil dispersed on an air stream. The mist is exhausted from the bearing housing so as not to permit oil to accumulate. MORE

Overall Weight

Entertainment / Golf / Overall Weight: (also 'dead weight') the total weight of a golf club (see also 'swingweight') MORE


Life Style / Wine / Off-Dry : Not quite dry, a perception of sweetness too faint to call the wine sweet. MORE

Negative Weight

Entertainment / Bowling / Negative Weight: Weight on a ball that tends to hold back the hook and/or to get the ball into a roll earlier; bottom weight, negative side weight and thumb weight are considered negative weights. These are considered MORE

Must Weight

Life Style / Wine / Must Weight: An indicator of the sugar content of the fermenting wine, and therefore an invaluable guide for the winemaker. There are a number of scales used to express must weight, including Baum?, Brix, Oechsle MORE


Business / Taxes / Overweighted: When you own more of a security, an asset class, or a subclass than your target asset allocation calls for, you are said to be overweighted in that security, asset class, or subclass. For example, if MORE