Wet

Wet may refer to:

  • The condition of being liquid or being covered in liquid
  • Adequately wet, environmental term referring to asbestos-containing material that is sufficiently mixed or penetrated with liquid to prevent the release of particulates
  • Wet nanotechnology, a nanotechnology procedure involving water
  • Wat (food), also called wet, a type of stew in Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine
  • Wet (magazine), a magazine about "gourmet bathing" from the late 1970s
  • Wet: The Sexy Empire, a 1998 business simulation game
  • Wet (video game), a 2009 video game
  • Wet Lubricants, a brand of personal lubricants produced by Trigg Laboratories in Valencia, CA
  • Phencyclidine (PCP), a dissociative anesthetic
  • Wet Willie, an American band from Mobile, Alabama, U.S., best known for their hit "Keep On Smilin'"
  • Wet Bow-tie
  • Wet T-shirt contest, an exhibitionistic beauty contest that typically features young women performing at a nightclub, bar, or resort
  • All wet, an American slang term from the 1920s depicting either an incorrect idea or an incorrect person
  • audio processed with reverb and delay

WET may stand for:

  • Western European Time, also known as Greenwich Mean Time, the time zone used in the UK, Ireland, and Portugal, among other countries
  • Weightless Environmental Test, testing of space technology and procedures under simulated weightlessness. This is normally achieved in water pools with neutral buoyancy models
  • WET Design, the company that created the Fountains of Bellagio
  • Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, a 2003 video game
  • Wuest Expanded Translation, a 1961 translation of the New Testament by Kenneth Wuest
  • WET Web Tester, an automated web testing tool

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Famous quotes containing the word wet:

    It was a Sunday afternoon, wet and cheerless; and a duller spectacle this earth of ours has not to show than a rainy Sunday in London.
    Thomas De Quincey (1785–1859)

    A wet sheet and a flowing sea,
    A wind that follows fast
    And fills the white and rustling sail
    And bends the gallant mast;
    Allan Cunningham (1784–1842)

    I’m getting bored with it,
    I tell the typewriter,
    this constantly walking around
    in wet shoes and then, surprise!
    Somehow DECEASED keeps getting
    stamped in red over the word HOPE.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)