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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to wet:   (439 results)

dry, dry out

Often used in the same context:
damp, dry, soggy, slippery, windy, muddy, chilly, cold, humid, slippy, blowy, slushy, moist, sleety, waterlogged, mucky, coolish, icy, boggy, foggy, snowy, sodden, rainy, blistery, wintry, warm, showery, slicken, gusty, cloudy, inclement, soaked, rutty, drizzly, puddling, squally, breezeless, wintery, claggy, muggy, smelly, sandy, spongy, sweaty, frost, frigid, moistened, misty, summerlike, overcast, greasy, sticky, droughty, dew, sloshy, sunburnt, thundery, sunny, grippy, clammy, soupy, grassless, snowlike, weatherwise, springlike, rainless, balmiest, itchy, gluey, treacherous, blustery, unwatered, windblown, stinky, caking, parching, plowable, clayey, sweltering, frosty, topdress, unseasonal, colorfast, roaring forties, torrential, bumpy, sponge mop, drenched, levigated, nontropical, paper toweling, dehumidified, graining, dewy, turbid, southerly buster, mildewy, semidry, swampy, unseasonable, moister, ripply, heavy, dark, mush, rain, hot, wetness, cool, dampness, dirt, dough, earth, muck, outdoors, stiff, turf, ashes, scorched, drier, driest, wetter, bloodstained, dampened, soiled, wettest, wetted

More specific:
bedew, besprinkle, dampen, douse, dowse, drench, irrigate, moisten, soak, sop, souse, sprinkle, squirt, wash, water

Appears in the definition of:
., alocasia macrorrhiza, andromeda glaucophylla, andromeda polifolia, angleworm, bedewed, bedraggle, besprinkle, bidens connata, bog, bog candles, bog plant, bog rein orchid, bog rosemary, british capacity unit, cardamine bulbosa, celandine, chlorophyte, cistothorus platensis, clay, clothes basket, clothes drier, clothes dryer, clothes hamper, common bog rosemary, crawler, crud, dacrydium colensoi, damp, dampening, dampish, dew, dewy, dew worm, dip, douse, dowse, drenched, drenching, dried, drip-dry, dripping, drippy, drizzly, dry, dryopteris thelypteris, dunk, dunked, earthworm, equisetum palustre, family xyridaceae, fen, fenland, fishing worm, fishworm, fomentation, fresco, frore, fume, gentiana saponaria, genus houttuynia, genus sium, giant buttercup, giant taro, gleam, glint, glisten, glitter, green algae, habenaria dilatata, habenaria leucophaea, houttuynia, hygrodeik, illicium floridanum, immersion foot, impatiens capensis, imperial capacity unit, jewelweed, kingdom come, kobus leche, laccopetalum giganteum, lady's earrings, lap, laundry basket, lechwe, link, liverwort, lizard's-tail, lysimachia terrestris, marsh, marshland, marsh andromeda, marsh fern, marsh horsetail, marsh plant, mentha aquatica, mire, miserable, misty, moist, moistening, montia chamissoi, moorwort, morass, mucky, mud, nightcrawler, nightwalker, northern bog lemming, orange balsam, pack, peat bog, perspiring, pigswill, pigwash, pillwort, pilularia globulifera, plunge, possum oak, prairie orchid, prairie white-fringed orchis, psychrometer, puddle, purple anise, quag, quagmire, quercus bicolor, quercus nigra, quicksand, rainy, red worm, reed grass, reek, reeking, reflect, remain, rheumy, ribbon snake, rinse, rush, saturated, saururus cernuus, sedge, sedge wren, shine, short-billed marsh wren, showery, sium, skid, sleekly, slop, slops, soaked, soaking, soapwort gentian, sodden, sopping, soppy, souse, soused, sousing, sparge, splashed, splosh, sponge mop, spring cress, sprinkle, squirt, swampy beggar-ticks, swamp candles, swamp lily, swamp oak, swamp plant, swamp white oak, sweating, sweaty, swill, synaptomys borealis, tar-wood, tarwood, thamnophis sauritus, thelypteris palustris, toad lily, touch-me-not, trench foot, tumble-dryer, tumble drier, undried, veronica anagallis-aquatica, veronica michauxii, voider, washed, water-mint, watery, water dragon, water mint, water oak, water speedwell, wetting, wiggler, wring, wringer, xyridaceae, yellow-eyed grass family

More general:
alter, change, make, make water, micturate, pass water, pee, pee-pee, piddle, puddle, relieve oneself, spend a penny, take a leak, urinate, wee, wee-wee, wetness

alcoholic, bedewed, besotted, besprent, blind, blind drunk, blotto, boggy, clammy, crocked, damp, dampish, dank, dewy, drenched, dripping, drippy, drizzly, drunk, dunked, fresh, fuddled, humid, inebriated, intoxicated, lactating, loaded, marshy, miry, misty, moist, moisture, mucky, muddy, muggy, perspiring, pixilated, plastered, potty, quaggy, rainy, reeking, saturated, showery, slopped, sloshed, sloughy, smashed, soaked, soaking, sodden, soggy, sopping, soppy, soused, sozzled, sprinkled, squiffy, steaming, steamy, sticky, stiff, swampy, sweating, sweaty, tacky, tiddley, tiddly, tight, tipsy, undried, washed, waterlogged, watery

Also try:
— Nouns for wet: weather, season, clothes, nurse, bulb, sand, weight, grass, hair, ground, day, more...

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