damp: slightly wet; "clothes damp with perspiration"; "a moist breeze"; "eyes moist with tears"
(moistly) damply: in a damp manner; "a scarf was tied round her head but the rebellious curl had escaped and hung damply over her left eye"
(moistness) damp: a slight wetness
(moisture) wetness caused by water; "drops of wet gleamed on the window"
Moist was a five-piece Canadian alternative rock band that was popular in the mid-to-late-1990s. The band was led by lead singer David Usher, along with Mark Makoway (guitars), Jeff Pearce (bass), Kevin Young (keyboards) and Paul Wilcox (drums).
Moist was the name of a 2005 musical group of jazz metallers from London, United Kingdom; a quartet featuring Ralf Littlejohn on saxophone, Peter Marsh on bass, Andy Cato on drums and Simon Hopkins on guitar. ...
Moist were a band based in London, England, in the mid-1990s. The band performed in a pop-rock style. It was founded by Lyndon Courtney.
Moist was, from 1985–89, a punk rock band from Pittsburgh, and later New York City, who released several tapes and demos. They opened for bands including Butthole Surfers, Samhain, and The Necros.
Moisture generally refers to the presence of water, often in trace amounts.
Slightly wet; characterised by the presence of moisture, not dry; damp. [from 14th c.]; Of eyes: tearful, wet with tears. [from 14th c.]; Of weather, climate etc.: rainy, damp. [from 14th c. ...
(moistly) In a moist manner
(moistness) The property of being moist
(moisture) A moderate degree of wetness. --Francis Bacon; That which moistens or makes damp or wet; exuding fluid;liquid in small quantity
Moisture is an important property of coal, as all coals are mined wet. Groundwater and other extraneous moisture is known as adventitious moisture and is readily evaporated. Moisture held within the coal itself is known as inherent moisture and is analysed quantitatively. ...
(Moisture) This is a measure of the amount of water and other components that are volatilized at 105°C present in the biomass sample.
(MOISTURE) Refers to the water vapor content in the atmosphere, or the total water, liquid, solid or vapor, in a given volume of air.
(MOISTURE) Water that is in its liquid or vapor phase.
(MOISTURE) refers to the body's liquid components, including digestive secretions, synovial, vitreous, and cerebrospinal fluid. Moisture creates a buffer between tissues. When the body is too dry, friction causes irritation; when too wet, a quagmire impedes movement. ...
(Moisture) Deadly stuff to paper! If your paper is exposed to moisture it can tend to ripple and curl. Paper likes a nice cool and dry storage place.
(Moisture) In relation to food safety, moisture refers to water activity, which is the amount of water in the food available for foodborne microorganisms to use for growth. It is measured on a scale from 0.0 to 1.0, with water having a value of 1.0. ...
(Moisture) In the context of this document, moisture refers to skin moisture that may increase the risk of pressure ulcer development and impair healing of existing ulcers. Primary sources of skin moisture include perspiration, urine, feces, drainage from wounds, or fistulas.
(Moisture) Medium, Well-Drained
(Moisture) Paper is made to contain between 4% and 7% moisture. Paper will either pick up or lose moisture to reach equilibrium with the relative humidity in which it is used. ...
(Moisture) The amount of liquid remaining in the cheese. Expressed as a percentage.