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  • adj. superlative form of wet: most wet.

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Examples

  • With its row of riverfront saloons Catlettsburg, between the Big Sandy and the Ohio Rivers, was then called the wettest spot on earth.

    Blue Ridge Country

  • The rocky spires of the Na Poli coastline are even more dramatic from above than from the water, while streaking waterfalls surround Mount Waialeale, known as the wettest spot on the Earth.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Environment Agency gauge at Seathwaite, for long known as the wettest spot in England, recorded the new "high" - 314. 4mm.

    Environment news, comment and analysis from the Guardian | guardian.co.uk

  • It's one of the oldest and fourth largest of the main islands .. and is also known as the wettest spots on earth (I've been learning a lot of fun facts from chatting with the locals).

    iJustine / Justine Ezarik

  • I haven't seen a pitcher accused of throwing a spitter since old Gaylord Perry's days of throwing the "wettest" balls in baseball.

    The Stadiums Are Dark

  • As the sun sank, the wind rose, and with it came rain -- rain in sheets -- the "wettest" kind of rain.

    A Gunner Aboard the "Yankee"

  • The actual wettest place in the United States, as a whole, is actually in Hawaii.

    Twilight Lexicon » Twilight Saga News

  • This has been the wettest year in 10 years, but seeing how so many places are having a drought, we are very thankful for the water.

    Magical Veracruz

  • Some eastern counties have had only 5mm of rain since the end of February, with most regions seeing no more than 60% of average rainfall in the past four months, usually one of the wettest times of the year.

    Crisis meeting is called as drought leaves crops dying in the fields

  • The February-April period was the driest on record for top cotton grower Texas, and the wettest for key corn producers Indiana and Ohio, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

    Farm Insurers Risk Losses From Extreme U.S. Weather

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