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.
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  • 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
  • And such conditions -- along with heavier, wetter snowstorms -- can be treacherous for travel and ambulation. Cecil B. Wilson, M.D.: Climate Change Endangers Public Health in the United States
  • Not many were out in front of netroots opposition to single payer advocacy all last year quite as obstreperously as Jane Hamsher and her strange bedwetter coalition. Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » Big Head Ed
  • That was blowin 'a fresh o' wind, an 'he jest lay down in the lee scuppers, and' I can't get no wetter, Posh, 'he say, and let the lipper slosh oover him. Edward FitzGerald and "Posh" "Herring Merchants"
  • A misfield from Bopara in the deep led to Redmond turning for a second; he was stranded half way down when McCullum sent him back, but Kieswetter's overpitched throw went right through the bowler Broad. The Guardian World News
  • The combination of pink and yellow irritated me the whole time they were flowering; I have been eagerly awaiting cooler, wetter weather so that I can move the phlox to another border where their bright flowers will blend in more easily.
  • Similarly in the ´13C record, humate-induced changes in colour and growth rate correspond to changes in vegetation cover and temperature that indicate, in general, that drier periods were cooler, whereas wetter times were warmer Holmgren et al., 1999. The MWP and LIA in Kenya and South Africa « Climate Audit
  • Hawaii has two seasons, and although this is now the winter season, it is only marginally cooler and wetter than the summer. Times, Sunday Times
  • This could have been due to the onset of warmer and wetter weather, as until then the landscape had been characterised by woodland and heath, but raising water levels killed the trees and the mire began to form.
  • Pockets of dry rainforest occur in gullies and wetter microclimates throughout the Brigalow Belt, and sometimes form associations with Casuarina cristata and brigalow. Brigalow tropical savanna
  • From the third century onwards, the climate deteriorated steadily, becoming colder and wetter.
  • Wetter areas up to about 6,000 ft (1,800 m) support a forest that includes one of the principal lumber trees, the ohia; found with it are treelike ferns. Hawaiian Islands Province (Bailey)
  • Not many were out in front of netroots opposition to single payer advocacy all last year quite as obstreperously as Jane Hamsher and her strange bedwetter coalition. Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » Big Head Ed
  • As a result they have become wetter. Food Watch
  • WASHINGTON - Networks of giant polygonal troughs etched across crater basins on Mars have been identified as desiccation cracks caused by evaporating lakes, providing further evidence of a warmer, wetter Martian past. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • The other staples in our rotation were oladi closer to buttermilk hotcakes, yet slightly sourer, wetter and smaller and blinchiki —thin pancakes akin to French crêpes, though less buttery. Beyond Blini
  • Hotter, drier summers will bring an increased risk of property subsidence, while wetter winters may cause damp, condensation and mould problems.
  • The hotter the foot gets, the wetter it will get too, which increases the risk of blisters and painful infections. The Sun
  • Recent Links Tagged With "wetter" - JabberTags Says: Visiting Copenhagen
  • However, another low is due to bring breezier and wetter weather to the northwest by the end of the week. Times, Sunday Times
  • Also, that bedwetter is remarkably easy to manipulate into showing his true colors. Matthew Yglesias » A Missed Torture Opportunity
  • I would think that the richer feed from the fields might make the turds runnier or at least wetter and therefore more likely to clump together. Is it possible to tell a buck from a doe, just by its droppings?
  • Also, could someone please help bedwetter Mike K understand what happens when a fiscally irresponsible party spends a decade hiding all of its spending? Matthew Yglesias » The Real Deficit Choices
  • The Cinderella waxbill is found in the wetter area of southern Angola, entering the ecoregion down the Kunene River. Namibian savanna woodlands
  • One seam had a steep gradient, and the further it went down, the wetter it got. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There
  • Abundant marsh-marigold, northern marsh-orchid and meadowsweet occur in wetter ground; carpets of spring squill, bird's foot-trefoil and heath spotted-orchid cover cliff tops; the wetter heaths turn golden with bog asphodel; and grazing-sensitive kidney vetch and wild angelica have re-colonised some seasonally grazed pastures.
  • The high pressure also swept in easterly winds that made the east coast wetter and brought some chilly weather. Times, Sunday Times
  • It will come as no surprise to hear that this month has proved wetter and colder than average. Times, Sunday Times
  • By Ange, at 4/24/2006 10:24:00 AM glad to see you enjoyed them and found them just as indulgent. more cherries would have made for a "wetter" batter ... so yah more baking time required. were you able to get them back in the oven for more baking time? Chocolate Cherry Brownies
  • Join us for five days of hiking around Uncompahgre and Wetterhorn Peaks, complete with deep valleys, rocky eminences, alpine tundra, and towering mountains.
  • The fan-shaped Nile delta in the north, where the climate is wetter, is very fertile.
  • Wetter areas are home to the silken surfaces of green-veined whites, while some heathlands host the dazzling green hairstreak. Are butterflies the UK's most beautiful endangered species? | Dan Flenley
  • Kieswetter was able to empty his bench in the final minute and allow the large crowd to salute the veteran starters who exited the game.
  • Boxing-day will inevitably be "wetter" in every sense than usual this year, internally and externally. Mystic London: or, Phases of occult life in the metropolis
  • Honestly, what is it with Stacey and godawful bedwetter schmindie music? Strictly Come Dancing Recap: Rachel Stevens
  • The hotter the foot gets, the wetter it will get too, which increases the risk of blisters and painful infections. The Sun
  • The hillocks were twice the men's height and wetter even than the grass.
  • It will come as no surprise to hear that this month has proved wetter and colder than average. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now that he's been discharged, Wetter hopes to find some gold of his own using a loan for a "grubstake," an old mining term for money to sustain the search. BusinessWeek.com --
  • Wildebeest and hartebeest, which spend the wetter months along the boundary between Ghanzi and Kgalagadi (in the Kalahari Xeric Savanna ecoregion), move northeast towards the Central Kalahari Game Reserve during the dry season. Zambezian halophytics
  • His 42 off 35 balls made Craig Kieswetter - previously known as the jammiest opener in English history - look unfortunate. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • I jackerooed across the state from the bush at Port Augusta to Keith in the wetter south-east, before marrying and going on to manage the family property at Olary in the north-east of SA.
  • The varied topography of Nelson makes it difficult to generalize about weather and soils, although records show that the region is slightly cooler and wetter than the Marlborough average.
  • The ecoregion is a transition between wetter sclerophyll woodlands to the east and south, and the arid chenopod shrublands and woodlands to the north. Murray-Darling woodlands and mallee
  • This middle existence between the brains and the brawn of British rock led Alan McGee, the manager who discovered Oasis, to dismiss Coldplay as "music for bed wetters.
  • More people are apt to accept this, as they are experiencing a change in their local weather such as wetter and cooler winters, and warmer summers. The News is NowPublic.com - World: just in
  • The wetter the dough, the gooier the dango, the firmer the dough, the harder the dango will be. Japanese Recipe: Natsu Furutsu Dango | The Anime Blog
  • Further west, though, the weather is predicted to be less extreme and also wetter. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cryptozoa who live around the meter will be paralyzed by the great inbreak of light from overhead ... then scatter like hell for lower, darker, wetter. Gravity's Rainbow
  • The Saharomontane vegetation of the higher elevations supports the endemic Ficus teloukat, which grows on the south and southwestern slopes, Myrtus nivellei and Nerium oleander on the western slopes, and Tamarix ` gallica nilotica and Nerium oleander on the wetter northern slopes. Tibesti-Jebel Uweinat montane xeric woodlands
  • All are testimony to a wetter, more benign past.
  • Now that he's been discharged, Wetter hopes to find some gold of his own using an anticipated loan for a "grubstake," an old mining term for money to sustain the search. The Monitor :
  • ZOGBY predicts that the "geeky bookworm" and "needy bedwetter" vote is leaning toward Obama by 60% if only the DNC will agree to replace his name with the words "HOPE CHANGE" on the ballot for reference. Zogby: Obama Expanding Lead In North Carolina, Pulling Ahead In Indiana
  • Those wetter conditions often come from the rising temperatures. Times, Sunday Times
  • She didn't fall too badly and merely got rather wetter than originally planned, but this was the signal for our party to exit the fountain and attempt to dry off.
  • Not only were the passages getting narrower, they were getting wetter. METAPLANETARY
  • The hotter the foot gets, the wetter it will get too, which increases the risk of blisters and painful infections. The Sun
  • And with summer forecast to be wetter than average, the grass pollen season will last into September. The Sun
  • One seam had a steep gradient, and the further it went down, the wetter it got. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There
  • Boston's got a heavier, wetter snow than Vermont where it was a lot colder and the snow removal up there was akin to blowing on a dandelion puff of little white fuzz and all of the little parachute seeds scatter.
  • It tastes like mashed potatoes, wetter. The Sun
  • On the wetter slopes, fields were laid out like checkerboards, lined with eucalyptus and agave, and those that had been left fallow were thick with cosmos and zinnias, helianthus, bidens, and calceolaria, all yellows and golds and reds. One River
  • Rips! swetter in shreds! pointy ends drop swetter shreddy stringies to the grownd! Plz won’t u be - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Further west, though, the weather is predicted to be less extreme and also wetter. Times, Sunday Times
  • In NW-Europe (as indicated by palaeoecological and geological evidence) climate changed from relatively warm and continental to oceanic (cooler and wetter). Latest Articles
  • It will come as no surprise to hear that this month has proved wetter and colder than average. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the wetter areas of the valley bottoms grew lush groves of buriti palms. SPIX'S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD'S RAREST BIRD
  • Possibly, wetter conditions allowed more females to come into estrous, driving more males into musth. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Instead, they would sit just under the surface of the water with the oarsmen becoming wetter and wetter. Times, Sunday Times
  • The wetter areas support meadows containing Missouri goldenrod, false toadflax, golden-glow, Indian paintbrush, Mariposa lily, death camas, and prairie smoke.
  • As a result they have become wetter. Food Watch
  • Later in the week the weather is expected to turn wetter and windier. Times, Sunday Times
  • Conditions became treacherous on Wednesday night and Thursday morning as a frontal system brought in wetter weather. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was made through a clammy stone, that became oozier and wetter as I went down. The Signal-Man by Charles Dickens | Solar Flare: Science Fiction News
  • Is Kieswetter better as a batsman or a wicketkeeper? Times, Sunday Times
  • But only an irrational, childish bedwetter with an ax to grind would use one individual to indict an entire class of people. joe from Lowell Says: Matthew Yglesias » Opposition Strategy
  • [As for] the little problem for which Dorothy seeks the wizard's help: She's a bedwetter, though by the time the show is over she'll also have drenched just about everything else in sight. Archive 2008-05-01
  • In seasonally wet tropical areas, tower karst hills are often residuals from past wetter climates and tend to have their caves partially filled by secondary calcite deposits.
  • The fish fossils arose via overbank flooding, yet without understanding the geomorphology of the region one might be lead to think that the environment was much wetter than it actually was. Ardipithecus ramidus: The Geological, Environmental, and Taphonomic Background - The Panda's Thumb
  • Really, the libertarian, pseudo-libertarian, and and assorted glibertarian types are all like bedwetter Mike K – a reliable whine against men with guns stealing their money and a reliable vote for men with guns to steal their money to give to other men with guns to do real violence to innocents. Matthew Yglesias » Endgame
  • No-till soils remain wetter longer in the spring and less precipitation is required to saturate them compared with plowed soil during the early stages of crop development.
  • Wer glaubt, Temperaturdaten von Wetterstationen werden 1:1 für die Klimarekonstruktion eingesetzt, wird sich verwundert die Augen reiben, wenn er fest stellen muss, wie viele verschiedene Anpassungen an diesen Temperaturdaten vorgenommen werden, bevor…. Waldo: Adjusting in Russia « Climate Audit
  • The high pressure also swept in easterly winds that made the east coast wetter and brought some chilly weather. Times, Sunday Times
  • The sort of feed may have to change, because the wetter winters will probably result in nutrients being leached out of the soil at a faster rate.
  • From personal experience, it will take a while to reacclimatise," said James Oberwetter, a fellow Texan and family friend who served as ambassador to Saudi Arabia. undefined
  • Inland is a barren coastal savanna with, in wetter areas, sedge prairie Rhynchospora spp., Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve, Honduras
  • At the Good Table, I picked up a much-needed scraper for handling those 'wetter' bread doughs, but that's a boring a picture. mainely stitching
  • One seam had a steep gradient, and the further it went down, the wetter it got. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There
  • It was made through a clammy stone that became oozier and wetter as I went down. Stories of Mystery
  • Enough moist air reaches the capital to make it a wetter and duller place but it is also warmer. Times, Sunday Times
  • It will come as no surprise to hear that this month has proved wetter and colder than average. Times, Sunday Times
  • I make one version as per her recipe, using both breadcrumbs and egg, and one with just breadcrumbs; both are utterly delicious, and much less heavy than my previous efforts, but those with egg are much wetter and more difficult to shape which is presumably why she suggests shaping them with floury hands, and, if I'm nitpicking, have a slightly gloopy texture. How to cook perfect meatballs
  • The spiracles, or breathing holes, which normally are able to repel water, are entered by the "wetter" water, suffocating the bee. 9: Domestic animals
  • Much cooler as wetter and windier weather sets in for the week. The Sun
  • Further west, though, the weather is predicted to be less extreme and also wetter. Times, Sunday Times
  • Beyond the swale was a narrow depression that might have been a stream or runoff channel in wetter years, and that channel led in a circling way around the west side of the semiplateau on which the mine complex stood, getting closer to the walls as it meandered south. The Chaos Balance
  • It says that teenaged bedwetters have more severe symptoms than younger ones, and that their problems continue through adulthood. Times, Sunday Times
  • For example, weather, whether, wither, and wetter are four words that sound alike.
  • In all cases however, wetter/drier and warmer/cooler are relative to the median value at the location you're looking at.
  • It will come as no surprise to hear that this month has proved wetter and colder than average. Times, Sunday Times
  • And with summer forecast to be wetter than average, the grass pollen season will last into September. The Sun
  • Although opal is not a conclusive indicator of a wetter Mars, it does suggest some interesting scenarios. Archive 2008-11-16
  • Since the five ACIA-designated models project that the Arctic will become a "wetter" place [23] (section 4.4.3), the capture of particulates and contaminants that partition strongly into water is likely to significantly increase by a factor that could more than offset efforts to reduce global emissions. Global change and contaminants in the Arctic
  • According to both O'Brien and Kieswetter, the recruiting process begins with player identification.
  • Patterns In Mars Crater Floors Give Picture Of Drying Lakes (Sep. 16, 2009) - Networks of giant polygonal troughs etched across crater basins on Mars have been identified as desiccation cracks caused by evaporating lakes, providing further evidence of a warmer, wetter martian ... > read more undefined
  • The wetter he got, the more the youths cheered until at the end of the village he was thoroughly drenched. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • The wetter and more flooded the corrals, the better the mousetail liked it. Wildwood
  • If the temperature rises during or after a snowstorm, it means heavier, wetter snow will be deposited on a less-stable powder base, increasing the risk of a slide.
  • Traditionally, kedgeree is a little bit soupy, but tastes vary, and you might like it drier or wetter.
  • Wheat that is resistant to the scab fungus in Europe and America is devoured by scab in Asia, where wetter climates make life harder for the wheat and easier for scab.
  • England's floodlit one-day game against India in Cardiff on a Friday night in September left Surrey's Jade Dernbach, and Somerset's Craig Kieswetter and Jos Buttler, driving from South Wales to London in the early hours of Saturday before playing in a major domestic final that same day. County Championship scheduled for earliest start on record
  • For example, populations in the wetter regions west of the Rocky Mountains are different than those in drier regions to the east.
  • Networks of giant polygonal troughs etched across crater basins on Mars have been identified as desiccation cracks caused by evaporating lakes, providing further evidence of a warmer, wetter martian past. Impact Lab
  • A recent study points to arid regions growing drier and wetter regions having more intense rains. Times, Sunday Times
  • Of course, some mineralogical changes in the specimens may have taken place if Mars was indeed wetter in the distant past. Opportunity Finds Another Big Meteorite | Universe Today
  • Trials in Hawaii have indicated its usefulness as an intercrop with eucalyptus, especially in wetter areas. Chapter 8
  • The wetter areas support meadows containing Missouri goldenrod, false toadflax, golden-glow, Indian paintbrush, Mariposa lily, death camas, and prairie smoke.
  • We should all be thinking about collecting more water in butts and larger tanks during the wetter winters to come, and the building of ponds and other water-design features.
  • Around the Wetterhorn hung a feathery cloud, like a woolbag, and a threatening cloud too, for as it sunk lower it increased in size, and concealed within was a "fohn," fearful in its violence should it break loose. Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen
  • Ai can haz a sad tudai, ai bin putting awae mai shortz adn tanky tawps adn bringing aot teh floofy swetters. Iz only - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Hawaii has two seasons, and although this is now the winter season, it is only marginally cooler and wetter than the summer. Times, Sunday Times
  • It will come as no surprise to hear that this month has proved wetter and colder than average. Times, Sunday Times
  • Surveys have found close to a thousand heart-leafed twayblades in the lower, wetter areas.
  • The wetter-fleck, a long loden cape, is also still worn, as are knickers of elk hide or wool.
  • The usual harbinger of a wetter summer is the persistence of south-east winds at the Cape.
  • And we hasn't got any umbrella, and I'm gettin 'wetter'n wetter!" half sobbed Flossie. The Bobbsey Twins at the County Fair
  • If the great god Poseidon made a record it could not be wetter than the puddly emanations of this Irish good-for-nothing, a member of that lowest of all pop castes the singer-songwriter.
  • German operators had bad security habits like using their girlfriend's initials or cuss words to set the rotors or starting off all of theirweather station reports with the word wetter or the acronym weub. Popular Posts Across MetaFilter
  • It will come as no surprise to hear that this month has proved wetter and colder than average. Times, Sunday Times
  • Shortly before he was dismissed, Kieswetter drove at Danny Briggs, Hampshire's slow left-armer, and struck Lumb a painful blow at silly point. County cricket – as it happened
  • Hawaii has two seasons, and although this is now the winter season, it is only marginally cooler and wetter than the summer. Times, Sunday Times
  • The wetter areas support meadows containing Missouri goldenrod, false toadflax, golden-glow, Indian paintbrush, Mariposa lily, death camas, and prairie smoke.
  • On steep ridges, soils derived from basalt or diabase are often unstable; they tend to creep downslope, creating shallow, ledgy soils on upper slopes, and deeper, wetter gley soils on lower slopes near the bases of ridges. Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)
  • The usual harbinger of a wetter summer is the persistence of south-east winds at the Cape.
  • Even the bust radio and lost radar bleeps sinking in the fluid can't pull it from its descent into something wetter than electronics.
  • The high pressure also swept in easterly winds that made the east coast wetter and brought some chilly weather. Times, Sunday Times
  • The wetter areas allow such plants as ragged robin, marsh marigold and gipsywort to flourish.
  • The Collared peccary includes both bunodont and zygodont individuals across its range, and it seems that desert populations are more zygodont while populations from wetter places tend to be bunodont (Wright 1998). Archive 2006-07-01
  • It tastes like mashed potatoes, wetter. The Sun
  • Sherry and Holmes, working in Jamaica, demonstrated that redstarts in drier habitats had, on average, lighter body mass in spring relative to fall compared to redstarts in wetter habitats.
  • One seam had a steep gradient, and the further it went down, the wetter it got. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There
  • Instead, they would sit just under the surface of the water with the oarsmen becoming wetter and wetter. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was a bedwetter, it was very embarrassing for the longest time, I stopped when I was twelve. Couch Cleaning Martyr? Not here! « Bodhicitta
  • It will come as no surprise to hear that this month has proved wetter and colder than average. Times, Sunday Times

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