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wet

Military
A term used in spy circles referring to any spilling of blood. An assassination may be termed a wet affair, wet job, wet operation or, generically as wetwork or wet work.

Sexology
Referring to vaginal moistness, as in arousal.

Vox populi
Untried, inexperienced, green

wet

(wet)
1. Soaked with moisture, usually water.
2. A colloquial term for edematous or overhydrated.
References in classic literature ?
It is for me to make the terms, I imagine, and in the first place I am not going to get wet to the skin up here.
Pensioner Carol Watson, who lives at Southey Road, Rugby, said: "Without fail every morning, whatever the weather, my paper boy - sometimes wet to the skin and frozen to the bone - has delivered my Coventry Telegraph.