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Wet vs Watery - What's the difference?

wet | watery |


As adjectives the difference between wet and watery

is that wet is of an object, etc, covered with or impregnated with liquid while watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water.

As a noun wet

is liquid or moisture.

As a verb wet

is to cover or impregnate with liquid.

Wer vs Watery - What's the difference?

wer | watery |

Fiery vs Watery - What's the difference?

fiery | watery |


As adjectives the difference between fiery and watery

is that fiery is of or relating to fire while watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water.

Watery vs Dilute - What's the difference?

watery | dilute |

Dilute is a synonym of watery.



As adjectives the difference between watery and dilute

is that watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water while dilute is having a low concentration.

As a verb dilute is

to make thinner by adding solvent to a solution; especially by adding water.

Mannish vs Watery - What's the difference?

mannish | watery |


As adjectives the difference between mannish and watery

is that mannish is of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or suitable for a man while watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water.

Watery vs Aqua - What's the difference?

watery | aqua |


As adjectives the difference between watery and aqua

is that watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water while aqua is of a greenish-blue colour.

As a noun aqua is

the compound water.

Watery vs Thawed - What's the difference?

watery | thawed | Related terms |


As an adjective watery

is wet, soggy or soaked with water.

As a verb thawed is

past tense of thaw.

Watery vs Washy - What's the difference?

watery | washy |


As adjectives the difference between watery and washy

is that watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water while washy is watery; damp; soft.

Juicy vs Watery - What's the difference?

juicy | watery |


As adjectives the difference between juicy and watery

is that juicy is having lots of juice while watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water.

Watery vs Teary - What's the difference?

watery | teary |


As adjectives the difference between watery and teary

is that watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water while teary is of a person, having eyes filled with tears; inclined to cry.

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