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wet
 adj.— «“They are being embalmed alive,” Hendricks, of Second Genesis, said of PCP users. “They get it sprayed with roach spray and formaldehyde. [Sellers] will use anything to give it the chemical aroma and make it wet.”» —“PCP: Cheap High, Heavy Burden Increase in Drug Alarms Police, Health Officials” by Linda Wheeler, Margaret Engel Washington Post Jan. 19, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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