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 bone,
    polished in wet and sun,
    worried of wild beaks,
    and of the whelps’ teeth
    worried of flesh,
    left to bleach under the sun.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

    The sea was wet as wet could be,
    The sands were dry as dry.
    You could not see a cloud, because
    No cloud was in the sky:
    No birds were flying overhead—
    There were no birds to fly.
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)