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logged

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adjective \ˈlȯgd, ˈlägd\

Definition of logged

  1. 1 :  heavy, sluggish

  2. 2 :  sodden especially with water



Examples of logged

  1. <usually the driftwood is so logged with water that it needs an extended drying period before it can be used by the artist>



Circa 1820

First Known Use of logged

circa 1820



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