wetter

[ UK /wˈɛtɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈwɛtɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone suffering from enuresis; someone who urinates while asleep in bed
  2. a chemical agent capable of reducing the surface tension of a liquid in which it is dissolved
  3. a workman who wets the work in a manufacturing process
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How To Use wetter In A Sentence

  • Yes, we need to take voting advice from a bedwetter who thinks that terrorists are supermen. Matthew Yglesias » Endgame
  • It tastes like mashed potatoes, wetter. The Sun
  • If you like a sweeter scent and have a wetter spot, prostrate chamomile works the same way.
  • Those wetter conditions often come from the rising temperatures. Times, Sunday Times
  • Climate change predictions for the North of England suggest winters will become wetter, with more rainfall and greater inflow to estuaries and the sea.
  • The wetter south-west season runs from May-November and the north-east monsoon from December-April.
  • The wetter south-west season runs from May-November and the north-east monsoon from December-April.
  • A recent study points to arid regions growing drier and wetter regions having more intense rains. Times, Sunday Times
  • North towards the interior the drier cerrado woodland replaced the wetter forests of the coast. SPIX'S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD'S RAREST BIRD
  • As a result they have become wetter. Food Watch
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