Definition Of wet

noun

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

a person lacking forcefulness or strength of character.

cover or touch with liquid; moisten.

he wet a finger and flicked through the pages

covered or saturated with water or another liquid.

she followed, slipping on the wet rock

liquid that makes something damp.

I could feel the wet of his tears


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Example Of wet

  • After the application of the repellent, subjects were instructed not to rub, touch, or wet the treated arm.

  • And I remember when it was here in Atlanta, you wanted to be careful about leaning against a post for fear the paint was still wet .

  • Anny picks up the wet nappy and tiptoes out of the room.

  • At five years, more than one in six children still wet the bed.

  • ‘One young child wet the bed one night and was forced to walk round with a sandwich board over him the next day saying what he had done,’ she said.


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