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get wet

to become moist or soaked with water. Get out of the rain or you'll get wet. Don't get wet, or you'll catch a cold.
See also: get, wet
References in classic literature ?
The rain was rattling against the windows and pouring down in torrents, and such was Mr Codlin's extreme amiability of mind, that he more than once expressed his earnest hope that they would not be so foolish as to get wet.
I did get wet coming hither, and am sadly afraid that should I wade the water again I might get certain cricks and pains i' the joints that would mar my devotions for many a day to come.
London, September 19 ( ANI ): Leonardo DiCaprio hates to get wet even though he is a qualified diver, it has been revealed.
Flushed with enthusiasm following that intellectual triumph, they now want to spend pounds 345,000 building a barn to store the stuff so that it doesn't get wet - assuming they can get planning permission for it (City council to build salt barn, Daily Post, July 22).
Richard says, "I didn't argue and I didn't get wet either.
That's why the car park spaces are wider, and not so we don't get wet when we go to the shops.
Earthen plasters can get wet on occasion, but repeated driving rains, constant wetness, or excessive humidity are likely to result in some degree of damage.
After all, don't all of our plants get wet from lawn sprinklers?
Patients say they like the freedom and convenience of having a cast they can get wet, while physicians appreciate being able to supply a basic care product that helps ensure happier, more satisfied patients.
Why is no mystery: Kids love to get wet - and they will here - and they love things they can touch.
Photo: Polyester-filled sleeping bags, while heavier and bulkier than their down-filled counterparts, keep campers warm even if they get wet.
A: Insulation has no odor, unless it gets wet, and with luck, it will never get wet.
Patients say they like the freedom of having a cast they can get wet.