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Synonyms for wetter

a chemical agent capable of reducing the surface tension of a liquid in which it is dissolved

a workman who wets the work in a manufacturing process

someone suffering from enuresis

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Wetter conditions prevailed on either side of the warm pool.
Prior to joining Bank of the West, Wetter was a portfolio manager with HighMark Capital Management and a relationship manager with Union Bank's Private Banking Group.
The Environment Agency said that central, eastern and southern areas of England had more rainfall in December and soils are now wetter.
But while the summer has been wetter than last year's it has been considerably drier than 2007, 2008 and 2009, the Met Office said.
Wetter, who is also clinical professor emeritus at the University of Miami.
The report said crops that need irrigation, such as sugar beet and vegetables, may be forced to shift from the drier east of England to the wetter west of the country.
a little over a year ago, Community Trust Credit Union Vice President of Finance/Accounting Jerry Wetter said he's been living the best of both worlds.
Wetter than the Mississippi: Prohibition in Saint Louis and Beyond is a close study of America's Prohibition era, with particular focus on the greater St.
He added: "This pattern is consistent with predictions that our winters are set to become wetter as a result of climate change.
Male students preferred overall wetter kisses than their female fellow students and showed a greater preference for tongue contact and open-mouth kissing.
The images indicate that more than half of that dust originates from the Bodele depression, a now-dry basin on the southern edge of the Sahara that in wetter times held a body of water the size of Lake Erie.
The good news is that it believes we are in for a milder than average winter, but it will be wetter than last winter.
What's more, this decline in tree health occurred despite the regional climate becoming warmer and wetter, a situation that should have increased growth.
Wetter of the department of health promotion and human development at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, enrolled 12 college women who screened positive for weight preoccupation.
When water is scarce, large pastoralists are forced to move their herds southward to relatively wetter areas that are usually occupied by sedentary farmers, thus precipitating intergroup conflicts.