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soggy

adjective sog·gy \ˈsä-gē, ˈs-\

: heavy with water or moisture : completely wet and usually soft

sog·gi·ersog·gi·est

Full Definition of SOGGY

1
:  saturated or heavy with water or moisture: as
a :  waterlogged, soaked <a soggy lawn>
b :  heavy or doughy because of imperfect cooking <soggy bread>
2
:  heavily dull :  spiritless <soggy prose>
sog·gi·ly \ˈsä-gə-lē, ˈs-\ adverb
sog·gi·ness \ˈsä-gē-nəs, ˈs-\ noun

Examples of SOGGY

  1. The cereal got all soggy.
  2. <spread the soggy papers out to dry>

Origin of SOGGY

English dialect sog to soak
First Known Use: 1599

Rhymes with SOGGY

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