Today I am again unwell, for yesterday I wetted
my feet, and took a chill.
Presently he came down again; and then it appeared that he had remembered a coat of mine which I had thrown over a rail to dry after having been wetted
in a shower which had passed over the ship in the afternoon.
He brought down his fist with a triumphant bang, wetted
his finger, and went on counting the bills.
Mahbub felt in his belt, wetted
his thumb on a cake of Chinese ink, and dabbed the impression on a piece of soft native paper.
A particular flower may not be dead in early winter, but the flowers are dying; a particular pebble may never be wetted
with the tide, but the tide is coming in.
Two of her tears wetted
his eyes and they grew clear again, and he could see with them as before.