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Is water wet

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Started: 12/21/2018 Category: Science
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Maddog4302

Pro

Simply Put is water wet.
Green982

Con

No, Only solid objects can get wet. Being wet is water's ability to stick to a solid object. You wouldn't consider a gaseous item wet. You wouldn't call a humid day wet, Unless if it just rained and there's still puddles on the ground, But that involves a solid object getting water on it
Debate Round No. 1
Maddog4302

Pro

water can be wet because of water molecules being around, On top of, Or under other water molecules. 1.

the state or condition of being covered or saturated with water or another liquid

the reason gasses can not technically be wet is mostly due to the fact that gas molecules are always moving erratically. Aswell as the way that air and water don't mix like water and oil.
Green982

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Debate Round No. 2
Maddog4302

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Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by DeletedUser 3 years ago
DeletedUser
This debate only arise because we do not know what he definition of "wet" is.

If the definition of wet is the feeling when a liquid covers up a solid material, Then water is not wet. (This is because water is a liquid, And if a liquid substance covers up a liquid substance that is against the given definition.

However, There are other definition stating, "covered or saturated with water or another liquid. " From here, Water is wet.

It all depends on what definition we're using of "wet".
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