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[wˈɛt], [wˈɛt], [w_ˈɛ_t]

Synonyms for Wet:

moist (adjective)

clammy, damp, dank, dewy, humid, moist, muggy.

watery (adjective)

aqua, awash, bathed, deluged, diluted, drenched, immersed, irrigated, rainy, watery.

wet (adjective)

saturated, soaking.

moisten (verb)

dampen, humidify, moisten, splash, splatter, spray, sprinkle, water.

Other synonyms and related words:

18th amendment opposer, Charlie, Daffy, Dipper, Gassed, Gulled, Noddy, Rheumy, Spoony, Wettish, absterge, absurd, add water, adverse, affluent, affuse, alcoholic, annoyed, antiprohibitionist, apish, aquatic, aqueous, arch, asinine, askew, asperge, awry, baby, baking, balmy, balneal, bath, bathe, batty, be imbued, be infected with, beaded, bedew, bedewed, bedraggled, bedwetting, befooled, beguiled, bemire, benefit from, besotted, bespatter, besprent, besprinkle, beverage, blasted, blind, blitzed, blood rain, blotto, blustery, bogginess, boggy, boiling, bombed, book bag, boozy, bore, brainless, broiling, buckram, buffoonish, bursting, canned, cash outlay, cat-and-dog weather, caulker, characterless, chill cast, chocolate-box, chump, clamminess, clean, cleanse, clear, close, cloudy, cloying, cockeyed, coffin nail, compressed, condensation, constipated, constipation, corny, cowardly, crapulous, crazy, credulous, crocked, cry-baby, dabble, dabbled, daft, damp and marshy, damp steam, dampened, dampener, damper, dampish, damply, dampness, dangerous, dankness, dash, dazed, deaden, deluge, derisory, deterge, dew, dewiness, diluent, dilute, dim-wit, dip, dipped, directionless, dirt, dirty, dirty weather, disagreeable, disguised, dishevelled, dizzy, doting, douse, doused, downfall, downpour, dowse, draft, drag, dram, draught, draughtsman, draughty, drench, drenching, dried, drink, drip, dripping, drippy, drizzle, drizzling, drizzly, drop, drown, dry, duck, dumb, dunce, dunk, dunked, dupe, effet, effete, egestion, evacuate, evening mist, exudation, exude, facer, fall, fall guy, falling weather, fatuitous, fatuous, feeble, fenny, fill, firm, flaky, flimsy, flood, flurry, flush, fog, fogginess, foggy, fond, fool, foolheaded, foolish, foul, frail, fresh, fried, fruity, fuddled, futile, gaga, gargle, gentle, get water on, get wet, gluey, gooey, goofy, gout of rain, green coloured, green state, grungy, gull, gungy, gushing, gushy, gutless, guzzle, half-baked, hammered, hard, heavy, high, hose, hose down, hot, humect, humectate, humectation, humidity, humidness, humor, humour, hydrous, idiot, idiotic, ignoramus, imbecile, imbrue, imbue, immerge, immerse, impaired, impish, implike, impregnate, inaccurate, inadequate, inane, inebriate, inebriated, ineffective, ineffectual, inept, infatuated, infected by, infiltrate, infuse, inject, insane, insignificant, insubstantial, insufficient, intoxicated, inundate, invertebrate, irresolute, irrigate, irritated, jigger, jolt, juice, juiced, juicy, killjoy, kind of blanket, kooky, lactating, lade, laden, ladened, lame, lame-duck, lather, laughable, launder, lave, lenient and broad-minded, libation, lightweight, limp-wristed, liquid, lit, literary lave, loaded, logged, loony, looped, lopsided, loser, lovey-dovey, ludicrous, luggy, lymphatic, macerate, mad, madid, make water, mama's boy, marinate, mark, marshiness, marshy, maudlin, mawkish, meagre, mean, melting, merge, messy, micturate, miffed, milk-and-water, milksop, milquetoast, mingy, miry, mischievous, miserly, misled, mist, mistaken, mistiness, misty, misty rain, mizzle, moistened, moistiness, moistly, moistness, moisture, moisture-laden, moisturize, mollycoddle, moneyed, monsoon, mop, moronic, mucky, muddied, muddy, muggins, mummy's boy, mushy, namby-pamby, nasty, nerveless, nettled, nincompoop, ninny, ninny-hammer, nip, nitwit, nonsensical, noodle, novelettish, number one, nutty, oiled, open, oppressive, overflow, paddle, paint state, paltry, patsy, patter, pee-pee, peeved, peg, penetrate, perform ablutions, permeate, perspire, perspiring, pickle, pickled, piddle, pie-eyed, pill, pitter-patter, pixilated, plastered, plunge, poor, potation, potent, potion, potted, potty, pouring, prankish, precipitate, precipitating, precipitation, preposterous, puckish, pull, pump bilge, pushover, putting green, quaggy, rain, raindrop, rainfall, raininess, raining, rains, rainstorm, rainwater, rainy day, rainy season, rainy weather, raw, receive favors, reeking, ret, ridiculous, rigid, rigorous, riled, rinse, ripped, roasting, roiled, romantic, roral, roric, rorid, roriferous, roscid, rough, round, round of drinks, saccharine, sap, sap-head, sappy, sate, satiate, saturate, saturation, schlemiel, schlemihl, schmaltzy, schnook, scorching, scour, screwy, scrub, scruffy, sealed, senseless, sentimental, shampoo, sheet of rain, shlemiel, shoddy, shot, shower, showeriness, showery, silly, simpleton, sip, sissy, skew-whiff, sleety, slicked, slimy, slippery, slobber, slop, slopped, sloppy, slosh, sloshed, sloshy, sloughy, slug, slushy, smashed, smelling of sweat, smile, snifter, snort, snowbound, snowy, soak, soaked, soaking wet, soap up, sodden, soddenness, soft, softie, softy, sogginess, soggy, soiled, sop, soppiness, sopping, soppy, sottish, soupy, souse, soused, sozzled, sparge, spatter, spell of rain, spend a penny, spineless, sponge, spot, spring rains, sprinkled, sprinkling, squashy, squelchy, squiffed, squiffy, squirt, squooshy, squushy, stained, stale, starchy, steadfast, steady, steamed, steaming, steamy, steep, stewed, sticky, stiff, stifling, stinking, stoned, storm, stormy, stormy weather, strain liquids, streaming, stringent, strong, stuffy, stung, submerge, submerse, sudoriferous, suffocating, suffuse, sugarcoated, sugary, sultry, sunny, sup, susceptible, swampiness, swampy, swash, sweat, sweating, sweaty, sweltering, swift current, swig, swill, syringe, syrupy, tacky, tanked, taut, tearful, teary, teeming, thimble-wit, thin, thoughtless, tiddley, tiddly, tight, timorous, tipsy, too fresh, torrential, torrid, tot, tropical, twit, unavailing, unbendable, unconvincing, undried, unfaltering, unfavourable, unfrozen hydrometeor, unsatisfactory, unsettled, unshakable, untidy, unwavering, wacky, wash, wash up, washed, washing, wasted, water-logged, water-soaked, watered, waterfall, wateriness, watering, waterlog, waterlogged, weak, weak sister, weak-kneed, weak-willed, weakened, weakling, wealthy, wee-wee, weed, wet down, wet season, wet through, wet weather, wetness, wetting, wettishness, wicked, wilting, wimp, wimpish, wimpy, windy, wiped out, wishy-washy, without charges, witless, wonky, wrap and bind, wring, wringing, wrong.

Rhymes for Wet:

  1. roulette, willamette, jet, quintet, reset, diskette, statuette, cadet, marquette, sweat, pipette, preset, forget, whet, burnett, set, duet, vignette, nett, sobriquet, threat, net, beget, tourette, tagamet, tibet, pet, wynette, upset, regret, let, octet, beset, flageolet, brunette, offset, pirouette, met, rosette, gillette, minuet, quartet, coronet, silhouette, get, brunet, debt, colette, vet, fret, stet, cornet, lafayette, sextet, yet, bet, gazette;
  2. abet;
  3. calumet, anisette, cigarette, clarinet, baronet;
  4. cabriolet;

Quotes for Wet:

  1. People don't understand that it was maybe my biggest pleasure to drive an F1 car when it's wet Alain Prost.
  2. I wanted to start with a very small role, to get my feet wet I'm sure I'm not as good or as experienced as other actresses, but everybody has to start somewhere. Claudia Schiffer.
  3. My grandmothers are full of memories, smelling of soap and onions and wet clay, with veins rolling roughly over quick hands, they have many clean words to say, my grandmothers were strong. Margaret Walker.

Idioms of Wet:

  1. wet one's whistle;
  2. a wet weekend;
  3. be wet behind the ears;