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evapotranspiration the transfer of moisture from the soil to the atmosphere through the dual processes of evaporation and plant transpiration. [2 definitions]
friction tape a sturdy cloth or plastic adhesive tape that is moisture-resistant and is used esp. to insulate electrical wires.
humectant a substance, such as glycerol, that holds moisture or, in combination, helps other substances to do so. [2 definitions]
humid having a relatively high amount of moisture or water vapor; damp.
humidify to add vaporized moisture to; make humid.
hygro- moisture; humidity.
hygrometer any of several instruments that measure the amount of moisture in the air.
hygroscopic attracting or easily absorbing atmospheric moisture.
moist characterized by or associated with moisture or high humidity. [1/4 definitions]
moisturize to add or restore moisture to (the skin), as with lotion.
ooze1 to give off moisture. [1/7 definitions]
oozy1 giving off, or wet with, moisture.
perspiration the act or process of excreting moisture through the pores of the skin; sweating. [2 definitions]
perspire to exude moisture through the pores of the skin; sweat. [1/2 definitions]
precipitate to cause (moisture) to be transformed from vapor into snow, rain, or the like. [2/11 definitions]
relative humidity the amount of moisture present in the air compared to the maximum amount the air could hold at the same temperature.
shrink to contract or decrease in size, as from moisture, heat, or cold. [1/7 definitions]
soggy completely wet; heavy with moisture; saturated; sodden. [1/2 definitions]
stale having lost the moisture, taste, effervescence, or the like that is associated with freshness. [1/5 definitions]
succulent having fleshy leaves or stems that retain moisture, as cactus. [2/3 definitions]
sweat to exude moisture. [4/18 definitions]