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Is water wet?
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Yes, water is a liquid so it makes things wet when it touches ir
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(Original post by ProfessorThayer)
Is water wet?
No, last time I checked it was dry
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Yep, even when frozen.
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Water isn't wet by itself, but it makes other materials wet when it sticks to the surface of them.
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Is water wet?
This is a YES and NO answer. It depends if you're an alpha or beta male/female (totally not a joke).
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Water is not wet multiple water molecules touching each other is wet but one single water molecule itself is not wet therefore water in itself is not wet any other argument is invalid

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Water(H2O) can be wet. The definition of wet is covered by or saturated in liquid and water isn’t always a liquid. It can be a solid. So put liquid water on ice and that ice is wet….but wait a minute…ice IS water. So water can be wet but only as a solid.

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