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athlete's foot a common contagious skin infection characterized by itching and scaling, and caused by fungi that thrive in warm moist places, such as between the toes.
blush a powder or moist makeup for highlighting the cheekbones; blusher. [1/7 definitions]
cardinal flower a plant of eastern North America that grows in moist ground or shallow water. [1/2 definitions]
clammy unpleasantly moist, cool, and sticky. [1/2 definitions]
dab1 a small moist bit. [1/6 definitions]
damp to make moist; dampen. [1/8 definitions]
dampen to make moist. [2/3 definitions]
devil's food cake a rich, moist chocolate cake, often covered with rich icing.
dew to moisten or become moist with or as with dew. [1/3 definitions]
fresco to paint (a picture) on fresh, moist plaster, as on a wall. [1/2 definitions]
frog1 any of several amphibians without tails but with long hind legs adapted for jumping, esp. those with a smooth, moist skin and webbed feet, that live in marshy or watery habitats. [1/4 definitions]
fruitcake a dense, sweet, usu. moist cake containing dried and candied fruit and sometimes nuts. [1/2 definitions]
hydric of, relating to, or preferring a moist or wet environment. [1/2 definitions]
hypophosphoric acid an acid that results from exposing phosphorous to moist air.
meadow mushroom a common mushroom that thrives in moist soil and is often cultivated for food.
mildew any of several fungi that grow on plants and, under moist conditions, on other organic materials such as paper. [1/3 definitions]
montane designating the biogeographic zone in mountain regions that is below timberline and is moist and cool.
moss any of numerous small, leafy-stemmed, flowerless green plants that grow in mats on rocks, trees, and moist ground. [1/3 definitions]
mucilaginous of, concerning, secreting, or resembling mucilage; soft, moist, and sticky.
muck dirt or filth, esp. if it is moist and sticky, or something that is considered be distasteful or dirty. [1/7 definitions]
mucus a viscid substance that is secreted by the lubricating membrane that lines bodily passages and organs, and that acts as a moist, protective coating of their walls.