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    Default Dry leaves / dried leaves

    What is the difference between dry leaves and dried leaves? I've seen both being used.

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    Default Re: Dry leaves / dried leaves

    Hi

    "dry" refers to their state, whereas "dried" refers to an act--something (the sun) or someone (a florist) dried the leaves.


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