Wet

Wet is slang for feeble, emotional, effeminate.
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Wet

Wet is slang for feeble, emotional, effeminate.
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WET

acronym: waste extraction test
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wet

[adj] - supporting or permitting the legal production and sale of alcoholic beverages 2. [adj] - producing or secreting milk 3. [adj] - covered or soaked with a liquid such as water 4. [adj] - consisting of or trading in alcoholic liquor 5. [v] - cause to become wet 6. [v] - make one`s bed or clothes wet by urinating
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Wet

The uniform flow of solder across a surface.
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Wet

Having reverberation or ambience.
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Wet

To come in contact with, and flow across (a surface, body, or area) - said of air or other fluid.
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wet

In UK politics, a derogatory term used to describe a moderate or left-wing supporter of the Conservative Party, especially those who opposed the monetary or other hardline policies of its former...
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Wet

Wet (wĕt) adjective [ Compar. Wetter ; superl. Wettest .] [ Middle English wet , weet , Anglo-Saxon wǣt ; akin to OFries. wēt , Icelandic vātr , Swedish våt ,
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Wet

Wet noun [ Anglo-Saxon wǣta . See Wet , adjective ] 1. Water or wetness; moisture or humidity in considerable degree. « Have here a cloth and wipe away the wet Chaucer. « Now the sun, with more effectual beams,
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Wet

Wet transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Wet (rarely Wetted ); present participle & verbal noun Wetting .] [ Anglo-Saxon wǣtan .] To fill or moisten with water or other liquid; to sprinkle; to cause to have w
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wet

1. Water or wetness; moisture or humidity in considerable degree. 'Have here a cloth and wipe away the wet.' (Chaucer) 'Now the sun, with more effectual beams, Had cheered the face of earth, and dried the wet From drooping plant.' (Milton) ... 2. Rainy weather; foggy or misty weather. ... 3. A dram; a drink. ... Origin: AS. Waeta. See Wet. ... 1. C
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wet

adjective consisting of or trading in alcoholic liquor; `a wet cargo`; `a wet canteen`
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wet

adjective producing or secreting milk; `a wet nurse`; `a wet cow`; `lactating cows`
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Wet

• (superl.) Employing, or done by means of, water or some other liquid; as, the wet extraction of copper, in distinction from dry extraction in which dry heat or fusion is employed. • (a.) A dram; a drink. • (superl.) Refreshed with liquor; drunk. • (superl.) Containing, or consisting of, water or other liquid; moist; soaked wit
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WET

(from the article `graphic design`) ...field and achieved prominence.) Her dynamic typographic innovations and colourful montages were often made in collaboration with photographer ...
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Wet

Covered with visible free moisture; not dry. See also Damp and Moist.
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wet

In UK politics, a derogatory term used to describe a moderate or left-wing supporter of the Conservative Party, especially those who opposed the monetary or other hardline policies of its former leader Margaret Thatcher
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wet

Consisting entirely of processed sound. The output of an effects device is 100% wet when only the output of the processor itself is being heard, with none of the dry (unprocessed) signal. Compare with dry.
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Wet

Ball in water hazard
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