adjective, wet·ter, wet·test.
- marked by drinking: a wet night.
verb (used with object), wet or wet·ted, wet·ting.
verb (used without object), wet or wet·ted, wet·ting.
WHO SAID IT: A QUIZ ON PRESIDENTIAL WIT AND WISDOM
Idioms for wet
Origin of wet
SYNONYMS FOR wet
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OTHER WORDS FROM wet
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH wetwet , whet
Example sentences from the Web for wet
The crowd at the midnight showing of Veronica Mars was on the verge of wetting itself.
A bog or swamp is a most disagreeable place in which to be caught, and calls for calmness to get out without a wetting or fall.How Women Should Ride|C. De Hurst
She remained thus, her head in Ra'hel's bosom, wetting it with her hot tears.The Works of Theophile Gautier, Volume 5|Theophile Gautier
“Come along then,” cried Alfred boldly, and he sent another shower of water after his brother, wetting him behind now.The King's Sons|George Manville Fenn
British Dictionary definitions for wet
adjective wetter or wettest
verb wets, wetting, wet or wetted
Derived forms of wet
Word Origin for wet
Idioms and Phrases with wet
In addition to the idioms beginning with wet
- wet behind the ears
- wet blanket
- wet one's whistle
- all wet
- get one's feet wet
- like (wet as) a drowned rat
- mad as a hornet (wet hen)