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synonyms for wetter

  • dank
  • foggy
  • humid
  • misty
  • muggy
  • rainy
  • slippery
  • snowy
  • soaked
  • sodden
  • soggy
  • stormy
  • drenched
  • dripping
  • drizzling
  • moistened
  • pouring
  • raining
  • saturate
  • saturated
  • soaking
  • sopping
  • soused
  • teeming
  • aqueous
  • clammy
  • dewy
  • showery
  • slimy
  • slushy
  • soppy
  • teary
  • water-logged
  • watery
  • wringing-wet
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antonyms for wetter

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  • arid
  • clear
  • dry
  • dehydrated
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How to use wetter in a sentence

Lewis came under cover wetter than he would have been had he been in swimming, he declared.
THE CARTER GIRLS' WEEK-END CAMPNELL SPEED
Virginia, head still bent, was touching her wet lace waist with her wetter gloves.
THE FIRING LINEROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Astralit (Wetter): ammonium nitrate explosive containing some blasting gelatine.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
Albit (Wetter): a chlorate explosive replacing nitrates; scarce during the war.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
"Turn it off," shouted Louise, already pretty wet and surely getting wetter.
THE GIRL SCOUTS AT SEA CRESTLILLIAN GARIS
The steam was pouring out of the pipe inside the box, and it was growing wetter, thicker, and hotter.
THE YOUNG PITCHERZANE GREY
Wet it certainly is, but not wetter than parts of our own western coasts.
SOUTH AMERICA OBSERVATIONS AND IMPRESSIONSJAMES BRYCE
It will grow in wetter places than any other tree in Europe—even than the willow.
MISCELLANEAJULIANA HORATIA EWING
The feathery snowflakes fell thicker and made everything wetter than ever; it was very raw and chill, and few people were abroad.
THE CARPENTER'S DAUGHTERANNA BARTLETT WARNER
Thus we got ashore earlier, though, as a set-off against so much happiness, wetter men.
IN EASTERN SEASJ. J. SMITH
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