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  • v. To come into contact with water or another liquid.
  • v. Of a woman, to become sexually aroused, as indicated by the occurrence of the natural lubrication of the vagina.


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  • It was a cloudy morning and when we had gotten about three miles we had quite a little shower, about an hour afterwards the rain commenced again and just poured down, it drove steadily against us, soon the gullys at the side of the road were full of roaring streams, here and there we saw a perfect waterfall, while the road was just one sheet of water flowing on in waves, of course our progress was extremely slow, I did not get wet much, Miss Mary and I were safe except our dresses which got a little wet and very much tumbled.

    Diary, August 8, 1859-May 15, 1865.


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