Whet

Whet: the intersection of a line and a sphere, a difficult meld softened by water; much in use for sharpening scythes, but also in the creation of cones. To whet one’s appetite is to wet it, so that, sharp, it allows food to pass down the line of the gullet into the sphere of the stomach, where it rests, and one rolls off to sleep, ah.

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