"WET" Soundstage?

I recently read in a few audio websites about a "wet" soundstage. I've not heard of this terminology before and was wondering if anyone can give me some insight into what sonic attributes would characterize a "wet" soundstage....
I understand it as plenty of harmonic reproduction - little singling out of the fundamental frequencies. This would be the opposite of "dry" where harmonics are chopped off making the signals sound quicker but with less body. The real/natural effect is, presumably, somewhere in between the extremes. Arthur
Well, that's a new one on me.

I know some people actually play LPs 'wet'. But I've never seen it, heard it, or been told why it could be a 'good thing' to do that.
Recording engineers use to apply electronic reverb to music and called it wet. ie: Dick Dale and the Deltones. The affect opened up the sound.