Synonym: wet. Similar words: gesture, posture, disturb, disturbing, disturbance, turmoil, hoist, cloister. Meaning: ['mɔɪstʃə(r)] n. wetness caused by water.
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1. The sun dries the moisture on the ground.
2. The cells will promptly start to soak up moisture.
3. This coat has a special surface that repels moisture.
4. The sun is constantly evaporating the earth's moisture.
5. Humidity means the amount of moisture in the air.
6. Moisture in the atmosphere condensed into dew during the night.
7. The roots transmit moisture and nutrient to the trunk and branches.
8. Plants use their roots to absorb moisture from the soil.
9. Wind is caused by the sun drawing up moisture from the earth.
10. Plants absorb carbon dioxide from the air and moisture from the soil.
11. Moisture is drawn to the surface of the fabric so that it evaporates.
12. The desert air contains hardly any moisture.
13. Plants suck moisture from the earth.
14. The moisture beaded on the glass.
15. Limestone is known to retain moisture.
16. These plants need a rich soil which retains moisture.
17. This material will repel moisture.
18. My skin feels tight and lacking in moisture.
19. This tree drank up more moisture than that one.
20. An ice-filled glass precipitates moisture from the air.
21. Tiles stop moisture penetrating your walls.
22. The sun evaporates moisture on the leaves.
23. The drying figs sweat tiny drops of moisture.
24. These plants imbibe moisture through their roots.
25. Moisture glinted on the leaves.
26. A plastic coating repels moisture.
27. Heat and moisture will germinate the seeds.
28. Moisture leads to the tarnish of the silverware.
29. Engineers found the structure had been corroded by moisture.
30. The rubber seal is designed to keep out all the moisture.
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