Synonyms & Antonyms : Wet



Wet



( Adjective )


Her cheeks were
wet with tears.

Synonyms:

Drenched

Damp

Humid

Rainy

Showery

Moist

Soak

Contextual Examples:

I was suddenly caught by the downpour which
drenched my clothes.

The monsoon makes the atmosphere
damp.

Towns on the sea coast generally have
humid atmosphere all the year round.

The
rainy season generally precedes the autumn.

Rain clouds brings
showery weather in their trail if there is wound, it will give immediate relief.


Antonyms:

Dry

Arid

Parch

Parched

Dehydrate

Contextual Examples:

In the plains the weather is
dry and cold during the winter.

The deserts have
arid atmosphere all the year round. However new technology of agricultural growth in arid zones is being developed.

Dry surface when burnt by sun rays gets
parched and cracked.

New technology is being developed to
dehydrate the over moist regions so to provide for smooth agricultural growth.




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