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    wet, used as a noun

    What type of noun is the word "wet" when it is used as a noun?

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    Re: wet, used as a noun

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    Not common as a noun, I think-- but I suppose it would be an uncountable concrete noun of quality:

    The wet entered into my bones and I contracted arthritis.
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    Re: wet, used as a noun

    Additionally, here's a handy guide to noncount nouns:
    http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwesl/egw/noun...nt.htm#Liquids

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