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Meaning & Definition of Wet in English

English

Wet

/wɛt/

noun

1. Wetness caused by water

  • "Drops of wet gleamed on the window"
    synonym:
  • moisture
  • ,
  • wet

verb

1. Cause to become wet

  • "Wet your face"
    synonym:
  • wet

2. Make one's bed or clothes wet by urinating

  • "This eight year old boy still wets his bed"
    synonym:
  • wet

adjective

1. Covered or soaked with a liquid such as water

  • "A wet bathing suit"
  • "Wet sidewalks"
  • "Wet weather"
    synonym:
  • wet

2. Containing moisture or volatile components

  • "Wet paint"
    synonym:
  • wet

3. Supporting or permitting the legal production and sale of alcoholic beverages

  • "A wet candidate running on a wet platform"
  • "A wet county"
    synonym:
  • wet

4. Producing or secreting milk

  • "A wet nurse"
  • "A wet cow"
  • "Lactating cows"
    synonym:
  • wet
  • ,
  • lactating

5. Consisting of or trading in alcoholic liquor

  • "A wet cargo"
  • "A wet canteen"
    synonym:
  • wet

6. Very drunk

    synonym:
  • besotted
  • ,
  • blind drunk
  • ,
  • blotto
  • ,
  • crocked
  • ,
  • cockeyed
  • ,
  • fuddled
  • ,
  • loaded
  • ,
  • pie-eyed
  • ,
  • pissed
  • ,
  • pixilated
  • ,
  • plastered
  • ,
  • slopped
  • ,
  • sloshed
  • ,
  • smashed
  • ,
  • soaked
  • ,
  • soused
  • ,
  • sozzled
  • ,
  • squiffy
  • ,
  • stiff
  • ,
  • tight
  • ,
  • wet

Examples of using

My hair is still wet.
My hair is wet.
I was cold and wet.