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all wet completely wrong.
wet bar a small bar or serving counter equipped with running water.
wet behind the ears (informal) naive; inexperienced.
wet blanket a person who lessens the enthusiasm of others or has a discouraging or depressing effect on others.
wet cell a voltaic cell in which the electrolyte is in liquid form.
wet fly an artificial fishing fly designed to drift below the surface of the water.
wet nurse a woman who suckles another's baby.
wet one's whistle to have something to drink.
wet suit a tightfitting one-piece rubber suit worn by skin divers for warmth.
wet-nurse to suckle (another's baby). [2 definitions]