soggy


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sog·gy

 (sŏg′ē, sô′gē)
adj. sog·gi·er, sog·gi·est
1. Saturated or sodden with moisture; soaked: soggy clothes.
2. Lacking spirit; dull: a soggy bit of dialogue.
3. Humid; sultry: a soggy afternoon in August.

[From dialectal sog, to be soaked (from Middle English soggon, soaked, probably of Scandinavian origin) or from dialectal sog, swamp.]

sog′gi·ly adv.
sog′gi·ness n.

soggy

(ˈsɒɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
1. soaked with liquid
2. (Cookery) (of bread, pastry, etc) moist and heavy
3. informal lacking in spirit or positiveness
[C18: probably from dialect sog marsh, of obscure origin]
ˈsoggily adv
ˈsogginess n

sog•gy

(ˈsɒg i)

adj. -gi•er, -gi•est.
1. thoroughly wet; soaked; sodden.
2. damp and heavy, as poorly baked bread.
3. ponderously dull; boring: a soggy, sentimental play.
[1590–1600; dial. sog bog + -y1]
sog′gi•ly, adv.
sog′gi•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.soggy - (of soil) soft and waterysoggy - (of soil) soft and watery; "the ground was boggy under foot"; "a marshy coastline"; "miry roads"; "wet mucky lowland"; "muddy barnyard"; "quaggy terrain"; "the sloughy edge of the pond"; "swampy bayous"
wet - covered or soaked with a liquid such as water; "a wet bathing suit"; "wet sidewalks"; "wet weather"
2.soggy - having the consistency of dough because of insufficient leavening or improper cookingsoggy - having the consistency of dough because of insufficient leavening or improper cooking; "the cake fell; it's a doughy mess"
heavy - of comparatively great physical weight or density; "a heavy load"; "lead is a heavy metal"; "heavy mahogany furniture"
3.soggy - slow and apatheticsoggy - slow and apathetic; "she was fat and inert"; "a sluggish worker"; "a mind grown torpid in old age"
inactive - not active physically or mentally; "illness forced him to live an inactive life"; "dreamy and inactive by nature"

soggy

adjective sodden, saturated, moist, heavy, soaked, dripping, waterlogged, sopping, mushy, spongy, pulpy soggy cheese and tomato sandwiches

soggy

adjective
1. Covered with or full of liquid:
2. Damp and warm:
Translations
مُبَلَلمُشْبَع بالماء، مُبَلَّل
promáčenýrozmoklý
gennemvåd
märkä
mokar
vatnsósa
ずぶぬれの
함빡 젖은
ištižimas
piemircis
razmočen
blöt
เปียกโชก
sũng nước

soggy

[ˈsɒgɪ] ADJ (soggier (compar) (soggiest (superl))) [paper] → mojado; [clothes, ground] → empapado; [bread, biscuits] → revenido; [salad, vegetables] → pasado

soggy

[ˈsɒgi] adj [ground] → détrempé(e); [clothes] → trempé(e); [sandwich, bread, cornflakes] → mou(molle)
a soggy tissue → un kleenex détrempé
soggy chips → des frites molles

soggy

adj (+er)durchnässt, triefnass; soil, compostdurchweicht; food, vegetablesmatschig (inf); cake, breadklitschig; a soggy messeine Matsche

soggy

[ˈsɒgɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → fradicio/a, inzuppato/a; (bread, cake) → molle, pesante

soggy

(ˈsogi) adjective
very wet and soft. In the centre of the puddle was a piece of soggy cardboard.
ˈsogginess noun

soggy

مُبَلَل rozmoklý gennemvåd durchnässt μουσκεμένος empapado märkä détrempé mokar zuppo ずぶぬれの 함빡 젖은 doorweekt vasstrukken rozmokły encharcado влажный blöt เปียกโชก ıslak sũng nước 浸水的

soggy

a. saturado-a, empapado-a.
References in classic literature ?
The storm, indeed, seemed to be over, but it was no easy matter to get back over the soggy, rain-soaked ground to the trail they had left to take shelter in the forest.
A boggy, soggy, squitchy picture truly, enough to drive a nervous man distracted.
All he brought up was a soggy packet of cigarettes.
It would make a great difference in the drainage, but a new plowman might think this finickiness and just go ahead and plow all of it north and south, or all of it east and west and this would result in a lower yield--some parts of the field would get soggy and the wheat might get a rust, and other parts drain too readily, letting the ground become parched and break into cakes, all of which might be prevented.
Cold and uncomfortable--it was a savage Tarzan who threaded the mazes of the soggy jungle.
I removed her life-belt and my soggy coat and made a pillow for her head.
For untold ages, oppressed by protean fear, I am aware of wandering, endlessly wandering, through a dank and soggy wilderness, where poisonous snakes struck at us, and animals roared around us, and the mud quaked under us and sucked at our heels.
The bottom of the valley was soggy with water, which the thick moss held, spongelike, close to the surface.
It was wet snow, half rain, and the flakes were large and soggy.
The chase led him across swampy ground in the bottom of the valley, and he came upon footprints in the soggy moss.
And on hands and knees, slowly and cautiously, he crawled on, till his knees were wet on the soggy mold, When he listened he heard naught but the moaning wind and the drip-drip of the fog from the branches.
Damp and soggy where it was not sharp and rocky, buffeted by storm winds and lashed by the sea, with the air continually a-tremble with the bellowing of two hundred thousand amphibians, it was a melancholy and miserable sojourning-place.