Definition of Moisted

1. moist [v] - See also: moist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moisted

moire pattern
moire topography
moires
moiré pattern
moiré patterns
moirés
moiser
moisers
moissanite
moist gangrene
moist moment
moist rale
moist tetter
moist wart
moisted (current term)
moisten
moistened
moistener
moisteners
moistening
moistens
moister
moistest
moistful
moistify
moisting
moistless
moistly
moistness

Literary usage of Moisted

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Bibliotheca Classica: Or, A Dictionary of All the Principal Names and Terms by John Lemprière, John David Ogilby (1839)
"When Metella was going lo be im moisted, the goddess placed a heifer in her place anil carried her to a temple ai Lanuvium, o i-'ici-ilius, or Q.uintus, ..."

2. Later Writings of Bishop Hooper: Together with His Letters and Other Pieces by John Hooper (1852)
"... it must be dried: if it be too dry, it must be moisted: if it be too cold and moist, it must be heated and dried: if it be cold and dry, ..."

3. The Works of John Jewel by John Jewel, John Ayre (1845)
"Tlw lad, being returned home, moisted with some liquor that •r» tpta-^ divine meat to serre the old man ..."

4. The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury by John Jewel, Richard William Jelf (1848)
"Thus much is expressed by e words there- M the Greek is to De construed. The lad, being returned home, moisted with some liquor that divine meat to ..."

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