Wet Meaning and Definition


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What is the definition Wet? What is its meaning in the dictionary? Derivations, Synonyms, Words starting with Wet, Example sentences, Related sentences, How to pronounce? Antonyms, Words ending with Wet and more...

Wet meaning

Word: Wet

How to pronounce: wet

Adjective

Definitions:

1. Covered or saturated with water or another liquid.

Example sentences: "She followed, slipping on the wet rock"

2. Showing a lack of forcefulness or strength of character; feeble.

3. (of a country or region or of its legislation) allowing the sale of alcoholic beverages.

Transitive verb

Definitions:

1. Cover or touch with liquid; moisten.

Example sentences: "He wet a finger and flicked through the pages"

Noun

Definitions:

1. Liquid that makes something damp.

Example sentences: "I could feel the wet of his tears"

2. A person lacking forcefulness or strength of character.

3. A person opposed to the prohibition of alcoholic beverages.


Synonyms:

moist

humid

dewy

soak

dripping

slushy

sopping wet

pouring

sopping

sloppy

sodden

soggy

watery

watered

moisture

humidity

water

moisten

humidify

moisturize

rainy

stormy

drench

uncooked

clammy

damp

dampness

green

soaking

dampen

rain

rainfall

raining

steamy

muggy

soaked

saturated

drenched

soppy

drunken

sticky

soft

maudlin

downpour

cloudburst

saturate


Antonyms:

dry

dried


Derivations:

wetness

wetting


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Wet in Other Languages...

Spanish: Mojado

German: Nass

French: Humide

Italian: Bagnato

Turkish: ıslak


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