Rewet



adjective, wetter, wettest.
1.
moistened, covered, or soaked with water or some other liquid:
wet hands.
2.
in a liquid form or state:
wet paint.
3.
characterized by the presence or use of water or other liquid.
4.
moistened or dampened with rain; rainy:
Wet streets make driving hazardous.
5.
allowing or favoring the sale of alcoholic beverages:
a wet town.
6.
characterized by frequent rain, mist, etc.:
the wet season.
7.
laden with a comparatively high percent of moisture or vapor, especially water vapor:
There was a wet breeze from the west.
8.
Informal.

intoxicated.
marked by drinking:
a wet night.

9.
using water or done under or in water, as certain chemical, mining, and manufacturing processes.
noun
10.
something that is or makes wet, as water or other liquid; moisture:
The wet from the earth had made the basement unlivable.
11.
damp weather; rain:
Stay out of the wet as much as possible.
12.
a person in favor of allowing the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages.
13.
Slang: Disparaging and Offensive. wetback.
verb (used with object), wet or wetted, wetting.
14.
to make (something) wet, as by moistening or soaking (sometimes followed by through or down):
Wet your hands before soaping them.
15.
to urinate on or in:
The dog had wet the carpet.
verb (used without object), wet or wetted, wetting.
16.
to become wet (sometimes followed by through or down):
Dampness may cause plastered walls to wet. My jacket has wet through.
17.
(of animals and children) to urinate.
Idioms
18.
all wet, Informal. completely mistaken; in error:
He insisted that our assumptions were all wet.
19.
wet behind the ears, immature; naive; green:
She was too wet behind the ears to bear such responsibilities.
20.
wet one’s whistle. whistle (def 15).
21.
wet out, to treat (fabric) with a wetting agent to increase its absorbency.
adjective wetter, wettest
1.
moistened, covered, saturated, etc, with water or some other liquid
2.
not yet dry or solid: wet varnish
3.
rainy, foggy, misty, or humid: wet weather
4.
employing a liquid, usually water: a wet method of chemical analysis
5.
(mainly US & Canadian) characterized by or permitting the free sale of alcoholic beverages: a wet state
6.
(Brit, informal) feeble or foolish
7.
(informal) wet behind the ears, immature or inexperienced; naive
noun
8.
wetness or moisture
9.
damp or rainy weather
10.
(Brit, informal) a Conservative politician who is considered not to be a hard-liner Compare dry (sense 21)
11.
(Brit, informal) a feeble or foolish person
12.
(mainly US & Canadian) a person who advocates free sale of alcoholic beverages
13.
(Austral) the wet, (in northern and central Australia) the rainy season
verb wets, wetting, wet, wetted
14.
to make or become wet
15.
to urinate on (something)
16.
(transitive) (dialect) to prepare (tea) by boiling or infusing
17.
(informal) wet one’s whistle, to take an alcoholic drink
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