...is a wonderful thing. But apparently there are some people who think all the words we have aren't sufficient, and feel the need to create some more. (Bear with me here.)
Since Robb has limited mobility, he can't just wander into the bathroom and wash his hands very easily. So we're buying a lot of "wipes."
Robb was pondering the following text:
"Longs (no apostrophe) premoistened washcloths are manufactured using a unique fabric that's been "hydroentangled" (their use of quotation marks and bold text) to create a cloth-like wipe that's super strong, yet soft and gentle."
Moistened. Wetted. Dampened. Soaked. Saturated.
These are all fine words.
But -- really -- hydroentangled? Do we actually need to add this word to our language?