Definition of wettie in English:

wettie

noun

Australian, NZ
informal
  • A wetsuit.

    ‘she straddles her board, facing out to sea, the water filling her wettie and growing warm against her body’
    • ‘It definitely wasn't summer, as five minutes on the wrong side of the wettie at Ocean Beach could have woken you from a coma.’
    • ‘The water is colder too—I have scratches on my ankles from trying to pull my wettie legs back down but being unable to feel my legs or fingers while doing so.’
    • ‘I didn't even have a wettie, due to my lack of faith in the wind.’
    • ‘I was wearing my old, thin, but most importantly, still dry wettie.’
    • ‘I pull out my wettie and head to the coast.’
    • ‘If you are a man, wear shorts over the wettie.’
    • ‘He whinges, he moans, but when push comes to launch, it's always Craig who wriggles into his damp wettie and makes it look sweet.’
    • ‘Pete sighed and retrieved his wettie out of the back and I stared out at the weather.’
    • ‘A witness and surf photographer said the force of the collision shredded his mate's wettie.’
    • ‘He says he needs this diet to prevent freezing in his wettie.’

Pronunciation

wettie

/ˈweti/