"wet" Definition

  1. a drink, a drain.
  2. to drink. Low people generally ask an acquaintance to WET any recently purchased article, _i.e._, to stand treat on the occasion. “WET (originally WHET, to sharpen,) your whistle,” _i.e._, take a drink; “WET the other eye,” _i.e._, take another glass. _See_ SHED A TEAR.

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Position in the dictionary: 3908 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: wet quaker, wet un, whack, whacker, whacking, whacks, whale, what d’yecall’em, wheeze, wherret
Previous words in the dictionary: west central, welt, well, welcher, wejee, weight-for-age, weed, wedge-feeder, wedge, weaving leather aprons.

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