Definition of wringing in English:

wringing

Line breaks: wring|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈrɪŋɪŋ
 
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adjective

Extremely wet; soaked: he was wringing with sweat [as submodifier]: my jacket’s wringing wet!
More example sentences
  • This renders it damp enough to work with, but not wringing wet.
  • Parlier looked down as sweat droplets beaded from his face and fell onto the deck; his surgical gloves were wringing wet with perspiration.
  • What little sleep she managed to get the night before had been troubled by dreams of violence and talking animals, and she had awakened, time and again, wringing wet.

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