remoisten

remoisten

(riːˈmɔɪsən)
vb (tr)
to moisten again, to add new moisture to
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When you're using a computer, look away from the screen for a moment, so that you automatically blink, and so remoisten the surface of your eyes," Dr.
It may take several weeks to root properly, so leave it undisturbed, just remoisten the compost as necessary.
Water can be used in combination with a small, soft-bristled toothbrush to clean the teeth and gums or as a sole agent to rinse and remoisten the oral cavity.
For students who did not finish, spray bottles were available the next day to remoisten the paper.
I keep all of my cheeses in one or two bags and remoisten them with vinegar as needed.
The other 19 samples were submerged in 100 mL of water for 24 h to remoisten them, and were then placed, together with the water in which they were rehydrated, on the soil of microcosms similar to those of Taylor and Parkinson (1988) and already used and described in the previous experiments (Gillon et al.
If it's too stiff to remoisten, though, mix a new batch.
Remoisten the cloth with brandy every couple of weeks or as necessary.
Remoisten moss by squeezing handfuls of it in a bucket of water before you form it to the inside of each basket.
With modified silicone applicators, it is also possible to remoisten the web in order to compensate for shrinkage of the web during drying," Klaver added.