Definition of soupy
1 : having the consistency of soup
2 : densely foggy or cloudy
3 : overly sentimental
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
Recent Examples of soupy from the Web
That particular mac and cheese featured a creamy (but not soupy) blend of cheese, noodles thick enough to stand up to all that flavor and a pile of bacon lardons on top.
Okra masala takes a similarly curious turn as a dry preparation, sweet with natural caramelization, in contrast to its soupy tomato-and-chickpea cousin.
The resulting broth is soupier than traditional Japanese curry, which is typically thickened with flour.
That sauce can be pale and soupy, or dark and glossy.
Tomorrow (Tuesday): Expecting foggy/soupy conditions in the early morning, which may reduce visibility on the roads.
The paella, which comes topped with a decadent tower of seafood, is like a soupy risotto.
Pimiento Cheese Can’t be soupy, can’t be dry, and needs just the right amount of kick.
There were so many little dishes of vegetable curries, seafood preparations, pickles, and soupy lentils served over puffy Keralan brown rice.
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First Known Use of soupy
SOUPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of soupy for English Language Learners
: resembling soup
: very foggy or cloudy
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