Another word for wet
wet damp moist dank humidSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives mean covered with or saturated with liquid. Wet describes not only what is covered or soaked (a wet sponge) but also what is not yet dry (wet paint). Damp and moist both mean slightly wet, but damp often implies an unpleasant clamminess: a cold, damp cellar; a moist breeze. Dank emphasizes disagreeable, often unhealthful wetness: a dank cave. Humid refers to an unpleasantly high degree of moisture in the atmosphere: hot, humid weather.
Another word for wetadjective verb
To make thoroughly wet:douse, drench, saturate, soak, sodden, sop, souse. See dry
To make moist:bathe, dampen, moisten, wash. See dry