sopping

adjective
sop·ping | \ˈsä-piŋ \

Definition of sopping 

: wet through : soaking

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Examples of sopping in a Sentence

His clothes were sopping from the rain. my hair and clothes were absolutely sopping after the unexpected downpour

First Known Use of sopping

1877, in the meaning defined above

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Phrases Related to sopping

dripping/soaking/sopping wet

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The first known use of sopping was in 1877

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sopping

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of sopping

: completely or thoroughly wet

sopping

adjective
sop·ping | \ˈsä-piŋ\

Kids Definition of sopping

: thoroughly wet Her … jacket was sopping and she smelled like sewage.— Rick Riordan, The Lightning Thief

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