Meaning of wettish in English:



See wet

  • ‘A light drizzle, wettish coolness, fragrant air, twittering birds, no tourists, few locals, you don't even realise you've been walking for a couple of hours.’
  • ‘The indications are that Thursday and Friday could be wettish.’
  • ‘The finish may have been of an exciting nature, but the inventive moments were extremely rare, at a bitterly cold, and for a spell, wettish Kilmaine on Saturday evening.’
  • ‘On a wettish Wednesday the team of went for a pub lunch at Trafford's in the mall.’