\ ˈlȯgd How to pronounce logged (audio) , ˈlägd \

Definition of logged

2 : sodden especially with water

Examples of logged in a Sentence

usually the driftwood is so logged with water that it needs an extended drying period before it can be used by the artist
Recent Examples on the Web Pancake batter needs quick, instant heat to properly rise and develop a perfect brown color without getting grease-logged. Audrey Bruno, SELF, 6 Aug. 2022 Excess work isn’t good for anyone, and Covid-19 has only exacerbated our tendency to stay logged on after the end of the workday. Roxane Gay, New York Times, 2 Jan. 2022 Time spent on the water diminished as mud logged boats in place early in the day, cutting the hours spent fishing. Maggie Andresen, Scientific American, 17 Dec. 2021 Most will likely use their time to apply for asylum, a lengthy, back-logged process that allows for work authorization and Social Security cards during an adjudication process that can drag on for years. Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner, 31 Mar. 2021 Stoner said mistrials delay an already back-logged list of cases that need a jury trial, which means taxpayers are paying more money to keep defendants in jail. Johnny Magdaleno, The Indianapolis Star, 22 Mar. 2021 In a four-year study of forest plots in Argentina, Cockle found 17 bird cavity nests in unlogged forests but only one in logged forests. Yao-hua Law, The Atlantic, 16 Dec. 2020 Meanwhile, the destruction and chaos from the wildfires that have accelerated in logged territory continues to mount. Christopher Ketcham, The New Republic, 23 Oct. 2020 The company is also building more support for outside subscriptions into the product, including an account-linking feature that allows subscribers to stay logged in to their news accounts while reading articles on Facebook. Daisuke Wakabayashi, New York Times, 31 Aug. 2020 See More

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First Known Use of logged

circa 1820, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of logged was circa 1820

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16 Aug 2022

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“Logged.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/logged. Accessed 17 Aug. 2022.

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