Definition of moist
- excited. Origin: female sexual excitement.
That chick is hot, man I'm moist!
You got a new car, you must be moist!
- Angry, annoyed. Derives from getting sweaty when angry.
Why you gotta get moist?
Dude, you're so moist!
Suck my dick moist person.
- of females, sexually excited. This is literal - not slang.
I had her moist when I sucked on her neck.
Citation from "Episode 5", Little Britain (TV, 2004), Season 2 Episode 5 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- of either gender, sexually excited. Origin: female sexual excitement.
- generally displeasing.
- scared or a pussy, a scaredy cat.
Why won't you come out to get drunk? You're so moist.
We could fight but you're too shook.
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