dewless

dewless

(ˈdjuːlɪs)
adj
without dew
References in classic literature ?
They would pass over the brow into the dewless crops where Gihon, low and shrunken, could only guess what they were about when Abu Hussein flew down the bank to scratch at a stopped earth, and flew back into the barley again.
But in my game bag was food, and the old house would afford shelter, if shelter were needed on a warm and dewless night in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, where one may sleep in comfort on the pine needles, without covering.
There was a sense of blight in the air; the flowers were drooping in the garden, and the ground was parched and dewless.
Head out onto the pans for a dewless night spent under the stars on antique camp beds set up just for you.