What is the antonym of “dryness”?
The antonyms of dryness are wetness, moisture, and excitement. The antonyms wetness and moisture describe the presence of water or liquid, while excitement refers to a state of enthusiasm or stimulation.
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Brief Definitions of the Antonym(s)
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The state or quality of being wet, containing or covered in water or another liquid.
After the rain, the ground was covered in wetness and puddles.
A small amount of water or other liquid, often present as droplets or dampness.
The moisture on the window indicated that it was a humid day outside.
A feeling of enthusiasm, eagerness, or stimulation.
The crowd cheered with excitement as the team scored the winning goal.
How are these antonyms different from each other?
- 1Wetness describes the state of being covered in water or another liquid.
- 2Moisture refers to a small amount of liquid, often present as droplets or dampness.
- 3Excitement is a feeling of enthusiasm or stimulation.
Good things to know
- 1Weather: Use wetness and moisture to describe rainy or humid conditions.
- 2Cooking: Incorporate moisture to describe the texture of food that is not dry.
- 3Entertainment: Use excitement to describe the atmosphere of events or activities that are stimulating or thrilling.