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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.
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Leon Brown, a forecaster for The Weather Channel UK, said: "There are indications of a cooler and wetter spell towards the end of the week, especially across the North.
After a bright start on Friday, wetter and windier conditions will spread in from the west.
WETTER TOGETH THER Darling has a lot thrown at him during the independence campaign - including icy water
Land clues included charcoal from fires, and evidence of more sand dune activity and desiccated lakes, all indicating drier conditions, and evidence for higher lake levels and more pollen, indicating wetter conditions.
This time of year doesn't get any better, but for you our son the tears get wetter and wetter.
9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Bank of the West today announced that Drew Brahos and Bruce Wetter have joined the bank's Investment Advisory & Management team in its Wealth Management Group.
However, wetter weather elsewhere has topped up rivers and reservoirs, although groundwater levels are still described as "exceptionally low" in the Anglian region.
It will warm up a little bit as we head into September, but the message seems to be warmer, wetter and windier.
While the summer has been wetter than last year's, it has been considerably drier than 2007, 2008 and 2009, the forecaster said.
Wetter decided that his idea--a global effort to improve surgical outcomes -would be just as feasible, because "smart doctors around the world can get together and do it.
The report said climate change was expected to produce higher temperatures, drier summers and wetter winters across much of England.
We didn't expect it to rain any more but it got wetter and wetter.