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Another word for moisten

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Verb
  1. To make moist

      1. Covered or soaked with a liquid, such as water:
      2. Not yet dry or firm:
      3. Stored in or prepared with water or other liquids.
      1. To cleanse, using water or other liquid, usually with soap, detergent, or bleach, by immersing, dipping, rubbing, or scrubbing:
      2. To soak, rinse out, and remove (dirt or stain) with water or other liquid:
      3. To make moist or wet; drench:
      1. To make damp.
      2. To deaden, restrain, or depress:
      3. To soundproof.
      1. To take a bath.
      2. To go into the water for swimming or other recreation.
      3. To become immersed in or as if in liquid.
    See also:

    dry

Another word for moisten

Verb
      1. Any of numerous aquatic, chiefly marine filter-feeding invertebrate animals of the phylum Porifera, characteristically having a porous skeleton composed of fibrous material or siliceous or calcareous spicules and often forming colonies attached to an underwater surface.
      2. A piece of the absorbent skeleton of certain of these organisms, or a piece of plastic or another material that is similar in absorbency, used for cleaning, bathing, and other purposes.
      3. Metal in a porous, brittle form, as after the removal of other metals in processing, used as a raw material in manufacturing.
      1. A mass of fine droplets of water in the atmosphere near or in contact with the earth.
      2. Water vapor condensed on and clouding the appearance of a surface.
      3. Fine drops of a liquid, such as water, perfume, or medication, sprayed into the air.
      1. Water or other liquid moving in a mass of dispersed droplets, as from a wave.
      2. A moving mass of particles or projectiles:
      3. A fine jet of liquid discharged from a pressurized container.
      1. To wet with or as if with dew.
      1. The vapor phase of water.
      2. A mist of cooling water vapor.
      3. Pressurized water vapor used for heating, cooking, or to provide mechanical power.
      1. To take a bath.
      2. To go into the water for swimming or other recreation.
      3. To become immersed in or as if in liquid.
      1. To spatter (a surface or object), especially to soil with splashes of liquid.
      2. To cause (a liquid) to fall on a surface or object.
      3. To spatter, especially to fall or strike something so as to cause splashes.
      1. To propel or scatter (a fluid) about in flying masses.
      2. To scatter fluid onto (a surface) in flying masses; wet, stain, or soil with flying fluid.
      3. To cause (something) to scatter fluid in flying masses:
      1. A brief fall of precipitation, such as rain, hail, or sleet.
      2. A fall of a group of objects, especially from the sky:
      3. An abundant flow; an outpouring:
      1. To flow from a narrow opening in a thin forceful stream or jet; spurt.
      2. To issue in a thick flow:
      3. To eject liquid in a forceful stream or thick flow:
      1. To dilute; to add water
      2. (idiomatic) To make weaker.
      3. (idiomatic) To simplify or oversimplify; to make easier; to make less difficult.
      1. A clear, colorless, odorless, and tasteless liquid, H2 O, essential for most plant and animal life and the most widely used of all solvents. Freezing point 0°C (32°F); boiling point 100°C (212°F); specific gravity (4°C) 1.0000; weight per gallon (15°C) 8.338 pounds (3.782 kilograms).
      2. Any of various forms of water:
      3. Naturally occurring mineral water, as at a spa.
      1. To pass unnoticed so that one is unaffected by it.
      2. To affect the emotions of (a person) suddenly and overwhelmingly.
      3. Of open water. To surge over the banks, or other retaining structure.
      1. To cleanse, using water or other liquid, usually with soap, detergent, or bleach, by immersing, dipping, rubbing, or scrubbing:
      2. To soak, rinse out, and remove (dirt or stain) with water or other liquid:
      3. To make moist or wet; drench:
      1. To wash lightly with water.
      2. To remove (soap, for example) by washing lightly in water.
      3. The act of washing lightly.
      1. To plunge briefly into a liquid, as in order to wet, coat, or saturate.
      2. To color or dye by immersing:
      3. To immerse (a sheep or other animal) in a disinfectant solution.
      1. To dip, soak, or drench in a liquid; saturate.
      2. To take up by absorption:
      3. A piece of food soaked or dipped in a liquid.
      1. shots on goal
      2. Special Operations Group
      1. Having a sharp inclination; precipitous.
      2. At a rapid or precipitous rate:
      3. Excessive; stiff:
      1. To make (a boat, for example) heavy and unwieldy by flooding with water.
      2. To saturate with water and make soggy or unusable.
      1. To add or restore moisture to:
      1. To wet through and through; soak.
      2. To administer a large oral dose of liquid medicine to (an animal).
      3. To provide with something in great abundance; surfeit:
      1. To soak or fill so that no more liquid may be absorbed:
      2. To supply with the maximum that can be held or contained; fill thoroughly:
      3. To cause (a substance) to unite with the greatest possible amount of another substance.
      1. To make damp.
      2. To deaden, restrain, or depress:
      3. To soundproof.
      1. To scatter in drops or particles:
      2. To scatter drops or particles on:
      3. To intersperse with something as if by scattering:
      1. Covered or soaked with a liquid, such as water:
      2. Not yet dry or firm:
      3. Stored in or prepared with water or other liquids.
    See also:

    soak