Is it 'wet' your appetite or 'whet' your appetite?
The correct form in "to whet your appetite".
"Whet" means to hone or to make more keen or stimulated, whereas "wet" means to cover or soak with water.
a whet "wet" rock is used to sharpen knives.
the stone or rock is actually wet with water or oil to lubricate & cool the material bing sharpened
A wet stone will help me whet my edged tools. I wanted to whet my appetite, but she said I was all wet.
Whet your thirst. From Websters: to make keen or more acute : EXCITE, STIMULATE *whet the appetite* *whetted her curiosity*
The song is called "WHET my appetite", sung by Teresa James!
You whet an appetite by smelling or tasting something that you really like.
Smelling the steaks on the barbecue really whet my appetite! I bought a new stone to whet the blade of my dager.
The smell of an apple pie cooking in the oven will never fail to whet my appetite.
The word whet is a verb that means to make sharp. The wonderful aromas coming from the kitchen served to whet David's appetite.
This tasty little snack will probably just whet my appetite for more. I prefer to whet my knives on a waterstone, instead of an oilstone.
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Don't eat the beak and you'll escape the napper.
Sharpen, as when sharpening a knife with a whetstone, and intensify, like when something 'whets' your appetite.
Because they are only supposed to whet the appetite and not fill you up, since they come at the start of the meal.
Well, all I know is that "wet tail" is a very deadly sickness to hamsters... If you hear that your hamster has wet tail, take it to a vet!
In Sea Fever, poet John Masefield wrote "I must down to the seas again, to the vagrant gypsy life, to the gull's way and the whale's way, where the wind's like a whetted knife." Great old poems like that whet everyone's appetite for more
A starter is a small course to whet the appetite. It may be soup, savoury things like prawns or mushrooms or a less-sweet fruit such as melon or grapefruit.
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Sometimes they are found in or near resturants to show off what a typical dish or dessert will look like. They are there to whet your appetite, draw you in and encourage you to order it. They aren't real food.
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A 'nibble' provided with drinks before a meal is an amuse-bouche (also amuse-gueule). The drink itself, also designed to whet the appetite, is an apéritif. The first course of the meal, often called an appetizer, is the hors d'oeuvre.
Just let me whet my knife, and I 'll get started.
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it is called the northern saw-whet owl because one of its calls sound like a whetting saw
A whet stone is used to sharpen tools used for gardening.
A sharpening stone. Water is the lubricating agent when sharpening knives or chisels. Probably should have been a wet stone but whet is the way it is always spelled. If oil is the lubricating agent then it is an oil stone.
Northern Saw-whet Owl was created in 1788.
The Saw-Whet Owl received its name from the noise it makes when it sleeps. The sound is almost like the sound of a saw being whetted or sharpened. Which is how the name 'Saw-Whet' Owl.
The definition of whet is: to sharpen (a knife, tool, etc.) by grinding or friction or to make keen or eager; stimulate
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A saw whet owl is first a egg. Then after the egg hatches it becomes an owlet. When the owlet changes and grows its flight feathers it is a Young adult. After that the Saw Whet owl is a fully grown adult and lays the eggs. Usually a Saw Whet owl lives 5 years but can be 8 years old.
Leather of any animal which has aged, and softened, bluish tenge,,,,very tough and durable! Whet leather is made to sharpen razors and knives, etc. After you use a whetstone, you can put a better edge on it by stropping it on whet leather.
actually,the saw-whet owl isn't endangered(but they used to be(i really don't know why)
Northern saw whet owls, like most owls, eat rodents.
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Saw-whet owls! My favorite kind of owl! They are small, tan and very cute! This is a picture of one.
signs that your hamster can be sick: -loss of fur -no appetite -is afraid of the light -never comes out of their hamster home even when it's nightime -sneezing -wet tail: is very very dangerous to hamsters. when their bottom is wet not only when they pee, but all the time -red itchy spots -wet, teary eyes
Yes. Most owls eat a diet of mice and other small rodents, the whet owl does too. Its diet consists of mice and voles.
No, the word "appetite" is a noun. 'Appetite' is a noun. She has a healthy appetite.
A tiny owl with a catlike face, oversized head, and bright yellow eyes, the Northern Saw-whet Owl is practically bursting with attitude.
The Romans invented concrete.
The food was not to his liking.
They arn't endangered.
i whet to be annie
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