Wet [adjective]

Definition of Wet:

damp, moist

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Opposite/Antonyms of Wet:

Sentence/Example of Wet:

Slept in snow-drift that night in wet clothes, mercury 40 below.

While beer brings gladness, don't forget That water only makes you wet!

He turned her face up to his own again, and softly kissed her wet eyes.

Because the weather was cold and wet, the ceremonies were conducted indoors.

Do, some kind Christian, pump a stroke or two, just to wet my whistle.

The sky was still overcast, and the wet bushes were unavoidable.

Again, Garson was forced to wet his lips with a dry tongue, and to swallow painfully.

It was December then, gray and raw, with a wet snow that changed to rain as it fell.

He was hardening his throat, and so slept with a wet towel about it.

He took it from his girdle warped by the wet and the warmth of his body.