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wet
  • noun
    Liquid that makes something damp. (I could feel the wet of his tears)
    A person lacking forcefulness or strength of character. (there are sorts who look like gangsters and sorts who look like wets)
    A person opposed to the prohibition of alcohol.
    verb
    Cover or touch with liquid; moisten. (he wetted a finger and flicked through the pages)
    adjective
    Covered or saturated with water or another liquid. (she followed, slipping on the wet rock)
    Showing a lack of forcefulness or strength of character; feeble. (they thought the cadets were a bit wet)
    (of a country or region or of its legislation) allowing the free sale of alcoholic drink.

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