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Wet your appetite

"Wet your appetite"

Sorry, most people like you think that Wet your appetite sounds right, but in fact the correct answer is Whet your appetite. Whet in this expression means to sharpen your appetite, as a whetstone sharpens a knife.

More information on this expression can be found here

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