Sentences for Wet, Sentences with Wet Meaning and Synonym Words

Sentences for Wet, Sentences with Wet Meaning and Synonym Words



  • Cover or touch with liquid; moisten.(transitive verb)
  • Liquid that makes something damp.(noun)
  • A person lacking forcefulness or strength of character.(noun)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)

dampen, damp, moisten, humidify, wetness, damp, dampness, moisture, moistness, weakling, namby-pamby, baby, damp, dampened, moist, moistened, feeble, silly, weak, foolish, inept, ineffective, ineffectual, effete, soft, namby-pamby, timid, timorous, spiritless, cowardly, spineless,

Example Sentences with wet
  • George hates to get his feet wet.
  • It had been raining for hours and the streets were very wet.
  • Try to keep the wet cat out of the my home.
  • It began to rain and my mother got wet.
  • It rained yesterday and I got very wet.
  • Jim dried his wet clothes by the fire.
  • I’d rather sing one wild song and burst my heart with it, than live a thousand years watching my digestion and being afraid of the wet.
  • Your eyes are wet. Have you been cutting onions?
  • If it were wet now, we couldn’t go out for a walk.
  • The south has a hot, dry climate, whereas the north has a milder, wetter climate.
  • The roads are wet, It must have rained last night.
  • The roads are wet, It must have rained last night.