soppy

adjective
sop·​py | \ ˈsä-pē How to pronounce soppy (audio) \
soppier; soppiest

Definition of soppy

2a : soaked through : saturated
b : very wet

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Other Words from soppy

soppiness \ ˈsä-​pē-​nəs How to pronounce soppiness (audio) \ noun

Examples of soppy in a Sentence

trudging over soppy ground at the county fair scanned the racks looking for the soppiest valentine the store had

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What follows here is not as soppy as all that, but hopefully as helpful and illuminating. Sarah Menkedick, Longreads, "The First Book," 24 July 2019 Suitably soppy and predictably emoji-filled, most of the Tweets have come from players declaring their love for their wives and girlfriends. SI.com, "Footballers Including Neymar & Steven Gerrard Take to Social Media to Celebrate Valentine's Day," 14 Feb. 2018 The funny thing is that for all the complaints about NBC's coverage — soppy sentimentality, jingoism, etc. Daniel Fienberg, The Hollywood Reporter, "Critic's Notebook: Adam Rippon and Shaun White Illustrate NBC's Winter Olympics Coverage Challenges," 14 Feb. 2018 The room has a peat-burning black box stove that warms fingers and toes after a soppy stroll along the coastal cliffs. Jessica Colley Clarke, New York Times, "Keeping the Fire of Irish Lighthouses Alive," 8 Nov. 2016

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First Known Use of soppy

1631, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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soppy

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of soppy

US : soaked through with water : very wet
: sad or romantic in a foolish or exaggerated way
: foolish or silly

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