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Meanings for wet

covered with a liquid, usually water

moisture, wet(adj)

wetness caused by water

"drops of wet gleamed on the window"

wet(adj)

covered or soaked with a liquid such as water

"a wet bathing suit"; "wet sidewalks"; "wet weather"

wet(adj)

containing moisture or volatile components

"wet paint"

wet(adj)

supporting or permitting the legal production and sale of alcoholic beverages

"a wet candidate running on a wet platform"; "a wet county"

wet, lactating(adj)

producing or secreting milk

"a wet nurse"; "a wet cow"; "lactating cows"

wet(adj)

consisting of or trading in alcoholic liquor

"a wet cargo"; "a wet canteen"

besotted, blind drunk, blotto, crocked, cockeyed, fuddled, loaded, pie-eyed, pissed, pixilated, plastered, slopped, sloshed, smashed, soaked, soused, sozzled, squiffy, stiff, tight, wet(verb)

very drunk

wet(verb)

cause to become wet

"Wet your face"

wet(verb)

make one's bed or clothes wet by urinating

"This eight year old boy still wets his bed"

containing, covered with, or thoroughly penetrated by water

I left the car windows open while it rained, and the seats got all wet

marked by or abounding with rain

a wet and dreary day

being under the influence of alcohol

designated a driver so the others could get wet and make it home safely at the end of the night

appealing to the emotions in an obvious and tiresome way

things get more than a little wet during the opera's big death scene

lacking strength of will or character

employees of the company despised their boss as a wet and ineffectual bloke

a steady falling of water from the sky in significant quantity

winced as he walked out into the wet without any protection

to make wet

you need to wet your hair thoroughly first

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Example Sentences of wet

I got wet to the skin.

My wet clothes clung to my body.

I am fed up with this wet weather.

My clothes get wet so I took off them.

My hair was still wet from being washed.

I was caught in a shower and got wet to the skin.

She got wet to the skin.

Wet clothes cling to the body.

Wet clothes stick to your skin.

This grass is too wet to sit on.

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Synonyms for wet

moisture squiffy crocked fuddled tight smashed stiff soused besotted plastered cockeyed soaked slopped lactating pie eyed blotto loaded blind drunk pissed sloshed sozzled pixilated affluent stringent rigorous skew whiff flush laughable ladened steamed ludicrous firm unbendable unwavering impish roiled miffed riled steady buckram nasty strong irritated derisory potent puckish close nonsensical wealthy sealed awry(p) prankish unshakable wicked peeved askew wonky mean implike miserly slicked compressed idiotic nettled laden stung taut arch ridiculous starchy mischievous steadfast absurd preposterous pissed off rigid annoyed moneyed lopsided mingy unfaltering saturated damp chimichanga raining rainy wetting feeble hopeless useless green wet behind the ears moist humid dank aqueous watery showery humidity dampness wetness moisten water irrigate dampen sprinkle wetted wetland wetlands wet bulb wetter electrolyte wet type wets crew crapped pees wettest awash bathed bedraggled doused dowsed drenched dripping logged saturate soaking sodden soggy sopping soppy washed watered waterlogged water soaked pouring precipitating stormy blasted blind blitzed bombed boozy canned drunk drunken fried gassed hammered high impaired inebriate inebriated intoxicated juiced lit lit up looped oiled pickled potted ripped sottish squiffed stewed stinking stoned tanked tiddly tipsy wasted wiped out chocolate box cloying corny drippy fruity gooey lovey dovey maudlin mawkish mushy novelettish saccharine sappy schmaltzy sentimental sloppy slushy soupy spoony spooney sticky sugarcoated sugary characterless effete frail invertebrate limp wristed milk and water namby pamby nerveless soft spineless weak weak kneed weakened weakling wimpish wimpy wishy washy cloudburst deluge downfall downpour rain rainfall rainstorm storm bathe bedraggle douse dowse drench drown soak sop souse wash waterlog water soak wet down

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Antonyms for wet

Wet in different languages

  • رطبArabic
  • nass German
  • βρεγμένος Greek
  • mojado Spanish
  • مرطوب Persian
  • humide French
  • भीगा हुआ Hindi
  • basah Indonesian
  • ぬれましたJapanese
  • infectum Latin
  • våt Norwegian
  • mokro Polish
  • molhado Portuguese
  • umed Romanian
  • เปียกThai
  • вологийUkrainian
  • گیلاUrdu
  • ướt Vietnamese
  • נאַסYiddish
  • Chinese

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