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Things wet often describes (“wet ________”)
weather, season, clothes, nurse, bulb, sand, weight, grass, hair, ground, day, cloth, soil, seasons, conditions, towel, process, clay, snow, nurses, places, feet, areas, eyes, blanket, paper, earth, night, soils, days, land, leaves, suit, clothing, surface, lands, face, sheet, meadows, hands, towels, dressings, steam, sponge, method, rag, deposition, air, concrete, climate, mount, bar, strength, spot, temperature, wood, pavement, dream, mud, floor, dreams, morning, paint, periods, rice, nursing, fields, fly, cloths, summer, forest, skin, etching, suits, cultivation, spots, lips, surfaces, pack, forests, road, streets, shoes, plaster, kiss, flies, sheets, rocks, shirt, oxidation, dog, winter

How wet often is described (“________ wet”)
little, dry, much, sticky, cold, general, moist, excessive, heavy, slippery, hot, real, constant, long, warm, friable, tropical, soggy, amorous, dewy, sponge, awful, bloody, concrete, soft, damn, cool, hard, dark, uniform, plastic, extreme, less, mixed, redoubtable, big, firm, sloppy, continuous, bottom, fresh, inhabitant, wily, slow, into, sodden, elusive, 6th, icy, continual, ubiquitous, useful, commander, shiny, neva, coherent, freshly, soppy, rest, extra, abnormally, blank, conventional, scaffold, silent, wintry, soaking, skin, sweet, continued, horrid, uncommonly, rough, content

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See wet used in context: 100 poetry verses, 17 Shakespeare works, 3 Bible passages, 204 definitions

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