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unless you have 1 water, water is always wet as it is touching other water. scientists describe water as not wet in its self, but it makes things wet. meaning that it can make other water wet. so unless you have a singular water particle, water is indeed wet

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Wetness is used to describe a liquids capability to spread over a solid surface. Water is not very wet, given it is a polar liquid and does not want to spread, but rather polarize to itself. Hand soap is actually used to make water wetter by removing some of its polarity to allow it to spread over our hands more. So the wetness of water can actually be altered, based on its polarity change. 

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