verb (used with object), whet·ted, whet·ting.
- a spell of work.
- a while: to talk a whet.
Words nearby whet
Origin of whet
OTHER WORDS FROM whetwhet·ter, nounun·whet·ted, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH whetwet whet
Examples from the Web for whetter
There was Whetter, who replenished the water-supply from the unfailing fountain-head of the glacier.
As the weather was fine, Hodgeman and Whetter went to investigate two odd-looking pyramids about five miles away.
Hannam, Whetter and I were the only inhabitants of the Hut at the time.
Boxes in which Whetter used to carry ice for domestic requirements were as a rule short-lived.
Caruso was brought inside, and, whilst Whetter administered chloroform, McLean sewed up the wound.