from The Century Dictionary.
- So wet as to require wringing; so wet that water may be wrung out.
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There was the pump-handle gesture; the wringing-wet - clothes gesture; and then the voice, oddly detached from the little figure and tremendously magnified by the loudspeaker, went booming and bawling round the hall: Justice!
Her face was burning scarlet and there were wringing-wet patches of sweat on her gown.
Visitors who did not have to exert themselves in any way soon found they were wringing-wet with perspiration.
It was the reason they were always wringing-wet with perspiration, he explained.
Cold, exhausted, and hungry, the lads were glad to be able to eat and drink, discard their wringing-wet garments, and turn in.
I was wringing-wet, and there was a piercing pain in my side.
He was wringing-wet, and really in a sad and sinful plight,
But he wants our useless ,wringing-wet, establishment to like him
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