Context: The Shakespearean actor allegedly said this to a nurse who, when attempting to moisten his lips, misfired.
Toss the string beans and mesclun with enough dressing to moisten.
We are sustaining them, even while they won't give us a drop of water to moisten our lips.
If it be drinkable by any manner of mortal, I must moisten my throat with it.
But it was too late to think of all this now; and she could only moisten the rough sacking with her tears.
Mix all together, and moisten it with a quart of Madeira, and a pint of brandy.
Its business was to feed and moisten the hoof, and this it had done perfectly.
Melt some hog's lard, add as much clivers or goosegrass as the lard will moisten, and boil them together over a slow fire.
It said, 'moisten with alcohol or camphor, allow to stand five minutes, and wash out with clear water.'
Jem-y-Lord took a sponge and began to moisten the cold forehead.