soppy

adjective sop·py \ ˈsä-pē \

Definition of soppy

soppier; soppiest
2 a : soaked through : saturated
b : very wet

soppiness

play \ˈsä-pē-nəs\ noun

Examples of soppy in a Sentence

  1. trudging over soppy ground at the county fair

  2. scanned the racks looking for the soppiest valentine the store had

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First Known Use of soppy

1631


SOPPY Defined for English Language Learners

soppy

adjective

Definition of soppy for English Language Learners

  • : soaked through with water : very wet

  • : sad or romantic in a foolish or exaggerated way

  • : foolish or silly


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