How do I describe a desert?


A desert is a dry, barren area of land, it is mostly covered with sandy soil. Words that can be used to describe a desert include arid, sterile, lonely and unproductive.
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Adjectives describing a desert are: dry, arid, barren, baked, dusty,
Verbs don't come to my mind but adjectives, dry, windy, sparse.
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