Meaning: en
v. make slightly wet, make damp
The rain falls and moistens the trees.
She moistened her lips.
When the old men were moistened with the wine they began to talk of their youthful adventures, of the flocks which they had tended and of the marauders and pirates from whom they had escaped.
She moistened her lips with a sip of water.
Mary moistened her lips.
Tom moistened his lips.
From that day forth he merely tasted his food, and only just moistened his lips with drink.
In dry seasons she carried water from the brooks and pools and moistened the roots of her thirsty dependents.
He moistened his lips.
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