wet


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Synonyms for wet

Synonyms for wet

covered with or full of liquid

to make thoroughly wet

to make moist

Synonyms for wet

wetness caused by water

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covered or soaked with a liquid such as water

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containing moisture or volatile components

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supporting or permitting the legal production and sale of alcoholic beverages

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producing or secreting milk

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consisting of or trading in alcoholic liquor

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References in classic literature ?
A new smell filled his nostrils; wet and clammy chills ran down his back, and he was helplessly full of salt water.
He pulled on his wet coat again and went back to the barn to feed the greys.
Here, standing on the hearth with his wet hat and shawls in his hand, himself a pile of wet, he turned to Mrs.
it, like respectable folks, when it was wet, or when we felt inclined for a change.
He bent suddenly down to Jerry, who was standing as close against his legs as he could, so close that his wet forepaws rested on Skipper's bare feet.
He scrambled ashore and shook himself to get off some of the wet, and then leaned over the pool to look admiringly at his reflected face.
They found him there the next morning, very wet, very cold, but no longer hungry.
The floor was damp and she was herself wringing wet, but fortunately this was a warm climate and she did not feel at all cold.
Perhaps, if I saw more of those absent ones, I would not love them so well-- at least, that is what I think on wet days when the wind is howling round the house and all nature is overcome with grief; and it has actually happened once or twice when great friends have been staying with me that I have wished, when they left, I might not see them again for at least ten years.
Everything was wet except Maud, and she, in oilskins, rubber boots, and sou'wester, was dry, all but her face and hands and a stray wisp of hair.
What with my wet clothes and weariness, and my belly that now began to ache with hunger, I had enough to trouble me without that.
He stood, listened, and gazed sometimes down at the wet mossy ground, sometimes at Laska listening all alert, sometimes at the sea of bare tree tops that stretched on the slope below him, sometimes at the darkening sky, covered with white streaks of cloud.
But she was thinking of the engraving in her mother's scrapbook and of the Vikings on the wet sands of England.
I found now I had business enough to gather and carry home; and I resolved to lay up a store as well of grapes as limes and lemons, to furnish myself for the wet season, which I knew was approaching.
The latter part of the day turning out wet, they were fain to keep the house, look over Mr Meagles's collection, and beguile the time with conversation.