Like the cat, fain fish wad ye eat, but ye are laith to weet your feet.
When the chaffinch says "weet, weet," it is an infallible sign of rain.
“You maun be weet, laddie,” said the old master of the boat, helping me out of her with the aid of two of the other men.
So Mike for all he was weet to the skin, set off to look for Amos.
Tha shouldn't ha claated me across th' chops wi that weet hippen,—that's noa way to help a chap's reformation.
The keen and suggestive "weet, weet, weet" of the knife on the stone smote on Guy's ears and nerves with appalling effect.
It's no a fit nicht for ye to be oot at a', mair by token 'at ye're no the ablest to stan' cauld an' weet.'
Laith will the lassie be to weet her bonny shoon, but lang ere the play'll be ower she'll wat her hat aboon.
Confoond ye, Hillocks, what are ye ploiterin aboot here for in the weet wi a face like a boiled beet?
Knows; the present of the obsolete wit (the infinitive to wit is still use in legal forms), not of weet, as generally stated.