soss


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soss

(sɒs)
n
1. a sloppy person or thing
2. the sound of a heavy fall
vb
3. make or become dirty or muddy
4. (tr) to soak or lick up
5. (tr) obsolete to throw or put up
6. (intr) to move gently
adv
in a heavy manner
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