Meaning of watery

wa•ter•y

Pronunciation: (wô'tu-rē, wot'u-), [key]
— adj.
  1. pertaining to or connected with water: watery Neptune.
  2. full of or abounding in water, as soil or a region; soggy; boggy.
  3. containing much or too much water: a watery paste; a watery batter.
  4. soft, soggy, tasteless, etc., due to excessive water or overcooking: watery vegetables; a watery stew.
  5. tearful.
  6. of the nature of water: watery vapor.
  7. resembling water in appearance or color: eyes of a watery blue.
  8. resembling water in fluidity and absence of viscosity: a watery fluid.
  9. of poor or weak quality; thin, washy, or vapid: watery prose.
  10. consisting of water: a watery grave.
  11. discharging, filled with, or secreting a waterlike morbid substance.
Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.
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