Examples of soupy in a Sentence
The gravy was too soupy.
the soupy skies over the island make a nighttime landing a very risky business
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The creamed corn and coleslaw were representations of the classics that didn’t offend, but a little too soupy for my tastes.
There were more Lady Liberty impersonators, too, counting their bills in the soupy air and chugging bottles of water with the urgency of someone lost in the desert.
At this point, everything should look a bit overdressed with some vinaigrette pooling in the bottom of the bowl, but not soupy.
Simple pastas dressed with vegetables, fennel au gratin, typically soupy risottos, a zucchini and mint frittata, and peaches in amaretto syrup are some standouts, and her fig-and-mascarpone cake, and pine nut-and-custard tart are first-rate.
Highs: Mid- to upper 80s Tonight: Showers and storms ending, soupy.
Generous bits of andouille sausage and pieces of tomato made for a nice flavor profile, despite the near soupy consistency of the dish.
Be patient and don’t be alarmed if mixture starts to look curdled or soupy (depending on temperature of butter and meringue).
Joe Kanefield, a lawyer who oversaw the state's elections under then-Secretary of State Jan Brewer, said the law requires a determination of where a person resides or intends to remain, a soupy standard that defies easy answers.
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SOUPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of soupy for English Language Learners
: resembling soup
: very foggy or cloudy
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