wet
 n.— «Each party has roughly a half-dozen “wets” within their Senate delegation, wets being defined as wobbly Democratic senators from “red” states (like Mark Pryor and Blanche Lincoln) and wobbly Republican senators from “blue” states (Lincoln Chafee, Olympia Snow et al.).» —“Danger ahead for Democrats” by Bradley R. Gitz Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Little Rock) Nov. 6, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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