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bathe to make wet. [1/6 definitions]
bedraggled dirty, wet, or limp from having wandered or been dragged through mud and water. [1/2 definitions]
bog an area of soft, wet earth and decayed vegetation; marsh. [1/2 definitions]
clay wet earth or ground; mud. [1/3 definitions]
cofferdam a temporary, watertight structure, built to permit construction under water or in wet soil.
dabble to wet by splashing or dipping. [1/4 definitions]
damp slightly wet; moist. [1/8 definitions]
dewy damp or wet with, or as if with, dew. [1/3 definitions]
dike a raised path across a low or wet area; causeway. [2/6 definitions]
draggle to soil or wet by dragging through mud. [1/3 definitions]
drench to sprinkle with or soak in a liquid to the point of saturation; wet. [1/3 definitions]
drip-dry not requiring ironing if hung while wet, and usu. drying quickly, as certain fabrics or garments; wash-and-wear. [2 definitions]
drippy wet or drizzly, as weather. [1/2 definitions]
duckboard boarding placed over a wet floor or mud to provide a dry surface for walking.
dunk to wet in a liquid in preparation for eating. [1/4 definitions]
footprint an outline or indentation created by pressing the foot on a surface, such as a step in wet sand or a muddy print left by a shoe.
fresco the art of painting on wet plaster with colors dissolved in water or limewater, or a picture produced by this method. [1/2 definitions]
goo (informal) a thick, wet, or sticky substance. [1/2 definitions]
gumbo a silty soil that becomes sticky when wet; mud. [1/3 definitions]
gumshoe a rubber shoe, such as an overshoe for wearing in wet weather. [1/2 definitions]
hydric of, relating to, or preferring a moist or wet environment. [1/2 definitions]