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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

Descriptive words:
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

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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See wet used in context: 100+ rhymes, 17 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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