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wet US English

Covered or saturated with water or another liquid

wet US Thesaurus

wet clothes

wet in wet US English

Cover or touch with liquid; moisten

all wet US English

Completely wrong

wet bar US English

A bar or counter equipped with running water and a sink, for serving alcoholic drinks at home

wet fly US English

An artificial fishing fly designed to sink below the surface of the water

wet rot US English

A brown fungal rot affecting timber with a high moisture content

wet bulb US English

One of the two thermometers of a psychrometer, the bulb of which is enclosed in wetted material so that water is constantly evaporating from it and cooling the bulb

wet cell US English

A primary electric cell in which the electrolyte is a liquid

wet dock US English

A dock in which water is maintained at a level that keeps a vessel afloat

wet dream US English

An erotic dream associated with involuntary ejaculation of semen

wet fish US English

Fresh fish, as opposed to fish which has been frozen, cooked, or dried

wet lease US English

An arrangement covering the hire of an aircraft including the provision of a flight crew and sometimes fuel

wet look US English

An artificially wet or shiny appearance, in particular one possessed by a clothing fabric or achieved by applying a type of gel to the hair

wet nurse US English

A woman employed to suckle another woman’s child

wet pack US English

A session of hydrotherapy in which the body is wrapped in wet cloth

wet plate US English

A sensitized collodion plate exposed in the camera while the collodion is moist

wet room US English

A bathroom in which the shower is open or set behind a single wall, its floor area being flush with the floor of the rest of the room and the water draining away through an outlet set into the floor

wet wipe US English

A small disposable cloth treated with a cleansing agent, used especially for personal hygiene

wet through US English

With one’s clothes soaked; completely drenched

wet blanket US English

A person who spoils other people’s fun by failing to join in with or by disapproving of their activities

wet season US English

A period of substantial rainfall, especially the summer rainy season in central and northern Australia

dripping US English

Extremely wet

wet one's whistle US English

Have a drink

wet oneself in wet US English

Urinate involuntarily

get one's feet wet US English

Begin to participate in an activity

wet behind the ears US English

Lacking experience; immature

all wet in wet US English

Completely wrong

wet through in wet US English

With one’s clothes soaked; completely drenched

the wet in wet US English

Rainy weather

wet-lease in wet lease US English

Hire (an aircraft) on the basis of a wet lease

monsoon US English

A seasonal prevailing wind in the region of South and Southeast Asia, blowing from the southwest between May and September and bringing rain (the wet monsoon), or from the northeast between October and April (the dry monsoon)

get one's feet wet in foot US English

Begin to participate in an activity

wet behind the ears in wet US English

Lacking experience; immature

wet rot fungus in wet rot US English

The fungus that causes wet rot

wet monsoon in monsoon US English

A seasonal prevailing wind in the region of South and Southeast Asia, blowing from the southwest between May and September and bringing rain (the wet monsoon), or from the northeast between October and April (the dry monsoon)

wet through or to the skin in wet US English

With one’s clothes soaked; completely drenched