wetly


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wetly

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(Brit inf) → weich, lasch
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He wore dingy khakis with patches sewn onto the knees and his pale button-down shirt clung wetly to the folds of his body.
It is the supply of machinery for the production of metallurgical secondary: 1 piece prmotan drawing machine wire of low carbon, 1 piece set rewinding and reel facilities, 3 pieces of wire-drawing machines for manufacturing wetly drawn wires, 1 pc gas heated poklopov furnace for thermal processing.
Henna samples were wetly digested following the recommendations of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) [22] and according to the procedure reported by Lekouch et al.
I stood and looked out of my window onto this dark, autumnal night, The pavements glistened wetly, beneath the tall street light.
Her socks squeaked wetly with every step, the rain pelting her sideways.
And something in the gesture will make me think of the traffic cop and I will want to tell him that I heard the conversation and that it's okay, actually--that it's funny, that we should laugh about the officer's embarrassment--but Kosh-kosh will push the door open just then and she will scamper up to the bed, right beside me, and push her nose wetly into my arm.
After it raised its head and trunk again and brayed horribly; then plunged straight forward into the room, trumpeting and trampling--continuously trampling like a girl trampling grapes, heavily and soon wetly trampling in a pash of blood and bones, of flesh, wine, fruit, and sodden tablecloth" (349).
Stillness pervades Beal's world, which seems at everlasting peace with itself, even when it is wetly painted--that is, when it has assimilated Abstract Expressionism--or when it suggests the influence of hard-edge painting.
Variety of crops grown in the study area are supported by the fact that the area is very fertile and wetly.
The shadows of the chestnut trees sweep wetly through the afternoon.
Everyone lamented the fact that last weekend's sun wasn't still shining but really it was fitting - the soggy cucumber sandwiches, the windswept TV presenters, the way Boris's new victory haircut kept flying wetly in the breeze.
AS I write this week's piece, the first snowflakes of the season are falling wetly around the house.