sam-sodden

adjective
\ ˈsamˌsädᵊn\

Definition of sam-sodden

dialectal, England
: half cooked

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History and Etymology for sam-sodden

from (assumed) Middle English sam-soden, from Old English, from sam- + soden, past participle of sēothan to boil

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