[ UK /wˈɔːtəɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈwɔtɝi/ ]
[ US /ˈwɔtɝi/ ]
wet with secreted or exuded moisture such as sweat or tears
wiped his reeking neck
filled with water
overly diluted; thin and insipid
relating to or resembling or consisting of water
a watery color
a watery substance
How To Use watery In A Sentence
- Like all the meals, it comes with rice and/or fries and a salad made up of lettuce, big thick slices of cucumber, tomato and onion with a slightly watery dressing.
- I'm not trying that again… He lifted his heavy bulk from the watery depths and onto the grass.
- He found some disagreeable remnants — a watery stew, cold and sodden; a basin half-full of some kind of tinned soup; a chill suet pudding put away on a shelf. The Unpleasantness At The Belladonna Club
- They develop a fever and a watery discharge from their eyes.
- I drew attention, as have other commentators, to troubling improbabilities in the tremendous watery climax to Eliot's novel.
- Diarrhoea was defined as three or more loose, liquid, or watery stools or at least one loose stool containing blood in a 24 hour period.
- He was only partially dressed; his face had the peculiar bulginess of the hard drinker; his eyes were watery and shifty, and several days 'growth of beard, with patchy grey and black spots, gave a stucco effect to his countenance. The Cow Puncher
- McClure was knighted and showered with cash - the legacies of both are bound by a watery historical note: their ships lie on the ocean floor beneath Canada's Arctic Archipelago. Thestar.com - Home Page
- Their blueberry sauce managed to be thick but watery and tasteless at the same time.
- Jeez, " he said, and the word had a watery sound. Blaze