1. A wet: drippy, feeble, person with a wishy-washy personality, and no drive, content to float though life hanging onto someone elses 'apron-strings'
A wet personality.
Big Wet - monsoon conditions - heavy 'tropical' rain - giving rise to local flooding resulting from Climate Change and Global Warming. See seperate definition.
2. A wet: an opponent to the prevention by law of the manufacture and sale of alcohol, esp. in the US (1920–33).
"I remember at school the trendy local priest once tried to persuade my class that even though Jesus sounds like a bit of a wet, he was actually very cool in real life."
"As soon as Charlie could walk I led him 'round to his home. Oh, but he was a wet fellow! As soon as I got him in the hallway, I said, 'So long, Charlie!' and sneaked away."
President Hoover had turned him down because he was a Wet Catholic.
Angela’s former flatmate, smokes like a chimney, can’t bear Karen’s wet personality.
J John must have realised the wet personality of his crowd because he seemed to change pace immediately and within moments had them eating out of his hand.
Simmons did not oppose Smith’s Catholicism, but was against him because he was a “wet,” i.e. an opponent of prohibition;
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