Moist

Moist adjective [ Middle English moiste , Old French moiste , French moite , from Latin muccidus , for mucidus , moldy, musty. Confer Mucus , Mucid .] 1. Moderately wet; damp; humid; not dry; as, a moist atmosphere or air. ' Moist
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Moist

Moist transitive verb To moisten. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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moist

1. Moderately wet; damp; humid; not dry; as, a moist atmosphere or air. 'Moist eyes.' ... 2. Fresh, or new. 'Shoes full moist and new.' 'A draught of moist and corny ale.' ... Origin: OE. Moiste, OF. Moiste, F. Moite, fr. L. Muccidus, for mucidus, moldy, musty. Cf. Mucus, Mucid. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Moist

• (v. t.) To moisten. • (a.) Moderately wet; damp; humid; not dry; as, a moist atmosphere or air. • (a.) Fresh, or new.
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Moist

Moist adjective [ Middle English moiste , Old French moiste , French moite , from Latin muccidus , for mucidus , moldy, musty. Confer Mucus , Mucid .] 1. Moderately wet; damp; humid; not dry; as, a moist atmosphere or air. ' Moist
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Moist

Moist transitive verb To moisten. [ Obsolete] Shak.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/M/88

moist

1. Moderately wet; damp; humid; not dry; as, a moist atmosphere or air. 'Moist eyes.' ... 2. Fresh, or new. 'Shoes full moist and new.' 'A draught of moist and corny ale.' ... Origin: OE. Moiste, OF. Moiste, F. Moite, fr. L. Muccidus, for mucidus, moldy, musty. Cf. Mucus, Mucid. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Moist

• (v. t.) To moisten. • (a.) Moderately wet; damp; humid; not dry; as, a moist atmosphere or air. • (a.) Fresh, or new.
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Moist

Slightly damp but not quite dry to the touch; the term 'wet' implies visible free water, 'damp' implies less wetness than 'wet,' and 'moist' implies not quite dry. See also Damp and Wet.
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