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Synonyms for wet
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Princeton's WordNet

  1. moisture, wet(adj)

    wetness caused by water

    "drops of wet gleamed on the window"

    Synonyms:
    moisture

    Antonyms:
    dried, baked, dry, scorched, semiarid, dried-up, bone-dry(a), semi-dry, withered, arid, parched, kiln-dried, waterless, sear, shrivelled, thirsty, air-dry, air-dried, sunbaked, dried-out, nonalcoholic, sober, dry-shod, desiccated, milkless, rainless, bone dry(p), adust, shriveled, sere, dry out

  2. wet(adj)

    covered or soaked with a liquid such as water

    "a wet bathing suit"; "wet sidewalks"; "wet weather"

    Synonyms:
    squiffy, crocked, fuddled, tight, smashed, stiff, soused, besotted, plastered, cockeyed, soaked, slopped, lactating, pie-eyed, blotto, loaded, blind drunk, pissed, sloshed, sozzled, pixilated

    Antonyms:
    scorched, arid, dry, parched, bone dry(p), thirsty, semi-dry, adust, waterless, milkless, shrivelled, sober, dried-up, air-dried, nonalcoholic, semiarid, sear, dried, dried-out, kiln-dried, baked, rainless, bone-dry(a), dry-shod, sere, desiccated, sunbaked, air-dry, withered, shriveled, dry out

  3. wet(adj)

    containing moisture or volatile components

    "wet paint"

    Synonyms:
    squiffy, crocked, fuddled, tight, smashed, stiff, soused, besotted, plastered, cockeyed, soaked, slopped, lactating, pie-eyed, blotto, loaded, blind drunk, pissed, sloshed, sozzled, pixilated

    Antonyms:
    semi-dry, milkless, sere, dried-out, baked, scorched, desiccated, rainless, sober, dried-up, dry, adust, dried, air-dried, bone dry(p), air-dry, nonalcoholic, parched, sear, shrivelled, sunbaked, dry-shod, kiln-dried, bone-dry(a), waterless, withered, semiarid, thirsty, shriveled, arid, dry out

  4. wet(adj)

    supporting or permitting the legal production and sale of alcoholic beverages

    "a wet candidate running on a wet platform"; "a wet county"

    Synonyms:
    squiffy, crocked, fuddled, tight, smashed, stiff, soused, besotted, plastered, cockeyed, soaked, slopped, lactating, pie-eyed, blotto, loaded, blind drunk, pissed, sloshed, sozzled, pixilated

    Antonyms:
    semi-dry, baked, scorched, nonalcoholic, desiccated, sear, arid, air-dry, dry, thirsty, dried-up, sunbaked, bone-dry(a), rainless, air-dried, shrivelled, semiarid, parched, dry-shod, sere, kiln-dried, milkless, adust, sober, bone dry(p), waterless, dried, shriveled, dried-out, withered, dry out

  5. wet, lactating(adj)

    producing or secreting milk

    "a wet nurse"; "a wet cow"; "lactating cows"

    Synonyms:
    squiffy, crocked, fuddled, tight, smashed, stiff, soused, besotted, plastered, cockeyed, soaked, slopped, lactating, pie-eyed, blotto, loaded, blind drunk, pissed, sloshed, sozzled, pixilated

    Antonyms:
    nonalcoholic, milkless, kiln-dried, semi-dry, dry, dried, dried-up, bone dry(p), bone-dry(a), adust, baked, sear, dried-out, air-dried, desiccated, shriveled, withered, air-dry, dry-shod, waterless, scorched, sober, parched, semiarid, arid, rainless, sere, thirsty, shrivelled, sunbaked, dry out

  6. wet(adj)

    consisting of or trading in alcoholic liquor

    "a wet cargo"; "a wet canteen"

    Synonyms:
    squiffy, crocked, fuddled, tight, smashed, stiff, soused, besotted, plastered, cockeyed, soaked, slopped, lactating, pie-eyed, blotto, loaded, blind drunk, pissed, sloshed, sozzled, pixilated

    Antonyms:
    waterless, bone-dry(a), kiln-dried, dry, milkless, adust, shrivelled, air-dried, bone dry(p), sober, sere, dried, withered, shriveled, baked, dry-shod, sear, desiccated, dried-up, thirsty, air-dry, rainless, nonalcoholic, semiarid, scorched, dried-out, semi-dry, parched, sunbaked, arid, dry out

  7. besotted, blind drunk, blotto, crocked, cockeyed, fuddled, loaded, pie-eyed, pissed, pixilated, plastered, slopped, sloshed, smashed, soaked, soused, sozzled, squiffy, stiff, tight, wet(verb)

    very drunk

    Synonyms:
    stiff, affluent, stringent, rigorous, fuddled, skew-whiff, flush, laughable, ladened, plastered, smashed, steamed, ludicrous, tight, blotto, firm, unbendable, blind drunk, unwavering, impish, roiled, soaked, miffed, loaded, riled, steady, buckram, nasty, strong, pie-eyed, crocked, irritated, cockeyed, derisory, potent, puckish, slopped, close, nonsensical, wealthy, sealed, awry(p), prankish, soused, unshakable, pixilated, wicked, pissed, peeved, askew, sozzled, wonky, mean, implike, miserly, besotted, squiffy, slicked, compressed, idiotic, nettled, laden, stung, taut, arch, ridiculous, starchy, mischievous, steadfast, absurd, preposterous, pissed off, sloshed, rigid, annoyed, moneyed, lopsided, mingy, lactating, unfaltering

    Antonyms:
    dry, dried, air-dried, air-dry, dried-up, semi-dry, scorched, shrivelled, rainless, sunbaked, sere, adust, waterless, semiarid, sober, nonalcoholic, desiccated, bone dry(p), dried-out, milkless, sear, withered, shriveled, kiln-dried, arid, baked, dry-shod, parched, thirsty, bone-dry(a), dry out

  8. wet(verb)

    cause to become wet

    "Wet your face"

    Antonyms:
    dry-shod, arid, dried, kiln-dried, dry, air-dried, parched, scorched, shriveled, semiarid, dried-out, sober, semi-dry, waterless, baked, milkless, thirsty, withered, nonalcoholic, air-dry, desiccated, dried-up, rainless, sunbaked, adust, sear, shrivelled, bone-dry(a), sere, bone dry(p), dry out

  9. wet(verb)

    make one's bed or clothes wet by urinating

    "This eight year old boy still wets his bed"

    Antonyms:
    dried-up, sober, desiccated, dry-shod, dry, thirsty, milkless, sunbaked, semi-dry, shriveled, rainless, shrivelled, baked, dried-out, waterless, dried, parched, adust, arid, sear, scorched, semiarid, air-dried, nonalcoholic, air-dry, withered, sere, kiln-dried, bone dry(p), bone-dry(a), dry out

Wiktionary

  1. wet(adjective)

    Synonyms:
    saturated, damp, soaked

    Antonyms:
    dry

  2. wet(adjective)

    Synonyms:
    chimichanga

  3. wet(adjective)

    Antonyms:
    dry

  4. wet(adjective)

    Of weather or a day, rainy.

    It’s going to be wet tomorrow.

    Synonyms:
    damp, raining, rainy

    Antonyms:
    dry

  5. wet(adjective)

    Made up of liquid or moisture.

    Water is wet.

    Synonyms:
    wetting

  6. wet(adjective)

    Of a person, ineffectual.

    Don't be so wet.

    Synonyms:
    feeble, hopeless, useless

  7. wet(adjective)

    Inexperienced in a task or profession; having the characteristics of a rookie.

    That guy's wet; after all, he just started yesterday.

    Synonyms:
    green, wet behind the ears

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. wet

    Synonyms:
    moist, damp, humid

Editors Contribution

  1. humid

    Submitted by anonymous on April 23, 2020  
  2. humid

    Submitted by anonymous on April 23, 2020  

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. wet(a.)

    Synonyms:
    damp, moist, humid, dank, aqueous, watery

  2. wet(a.)

    Synonyms:
    rainy, showery

  3. wet(n.)

    Synonyms:
    humidity, moisture, dampness, wetness

  4. wet(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    moisten, water, irrigate, damp, dampen, sprinkle

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. wet(a)

    Synonyms:
    damp, moist, humid, soaked

  2. wet(v)

    Synonyms:
    moisten, dampen, soak, imbrue, saturate

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How to use wet in a sentence?

  1. Mark Galeotti:

    We have to have the caution that this could be just a particularly bad form of food poisoning, but this does certainly bear all the hallmarks of what the Russians call ‘wet work,’ or an assassination attempt.

  2. Mike Halpert:

    Although the Winter Outlook is good news for California, a wet winter is not guaranteed and even a wetter-than-average winter is unlikely to erase four years of drought.

  3. Pallo Conteh:

    I am expecting more cases, we are sure that the body was washed ... so all those who took part in the washing of the corpse, all those who were helping her when she was having wet symptoms would all become infected.

  4. Erin Fougères:

    We are seeing higher numbers in Mississippi and Louisiana and we are concerned about fresh water, it's an exceptionally wet winter for the entire United States and it's the wettest winter in the Mississippi Valley in the past 124 years.

  5. Valerie Fox:

    We're seeing an evolution in the ancient lake environment recorded in these rocks, it wasn't just a static lake. It's helping us move from a simplistic view of Mars going from wet to dry. Instead of a linear process, the history of water was more complicated.

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