wet back

wet back

v.
To cause something to lie flat by making it wet and brushing it back: Now that I have short hair, I have to wet it back or it stands on end. I washed my face and wet back my hair.
See also: back, wet
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I was probably 110 pounds soaking wet back then, and I was out there doing the same things these people are doing.
Place heaped teaspoons of mixture onto the prepared baking trays spacing them well apart then flatten them slightly using the wet back of a spoon.
With Wet Wet Wet back together, Marti's still prone to the odd solo outburst.
We printed the Pb-free and SnPb pastes and measured how well they wet back to the pads after reflow.
And our customers like picture-postcard wintry backdrops, when it's usually dull and wet back home.
Fulton Boiler Works (Great Britain) Ltd has announced that it has recently launched a nine-model RBC range of horizontal wet back fire tube boilers.
Today no one denies that the wet back performance of Always sanitary napkins is excellent compared to those utilizing a nonwoven.
She veered to the hedge, looking for shelter and I patted her wet back.
What many producers have are basic "bucket and spade" type tests for absorbency and wet back, with perhaps commercially made tensile and strikethrough testers.
She finds that having a wet back garden at their flats complex, which has a warden, is not ideal.
The winning score in the Challenge Tour was level par but it was very wet back in May last year so there should be a bit more run in the fairways this time.
The sheep had wet backs almost every day," said Elfyn.