By öKANEö - 02/02/2018 08:00 - United States - San Marcos
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Depends on what type of water we're talking about... Ice isn't wet. Neither is steam. Only liquid water is wet. Then again liquid water is basically just very dense steam which isn't wet. And ice is less dense water which also isn't liquid...
You could argue that the definition of wetness is a thing that isn't water being in contact with water. So by this definition, water itself isn't wet, only the things that are in contact with said water are wet.