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soapy

adjective \ˈsō-pē\

: containing soap

: like soap

soap·i·ersoap·i·est

Full Definition of SOAPY

1
:  smeared with soap :  lathered
2
:  containing or combined with soap or saponin
3
a :  having the qualities of soap; especially :  smooth and slippery
b :  unctuous, suave
4
:  of, relating to, or having the characteristics of a soap opera
soap·i·ly \-pə-lē\ adverb
soap·i·ness \-pē-nəs\ noun

Examples of SOAPY

  1. The stone has a soapy feel.
  2. <a typically soapy introduction for the guest speaker at the organization's annual banquet>

First Known Use of SOAPY

1610

Rhymes with SOAPY

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