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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of soak.
- adj. Drenched with water, or other liquid.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. very drunk
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On the Juliana, surgeon Henry Kelsall worried about convicts lying in soaked bedding after the deck above leaked during fierce storms.
Got these guys just after midnight on an all night rain soaked evening of fishing!
I remember John Edwards coming out to the rain soaked despondent Kerry supporters at 1: AM at Faneuil Hall telling them to “Keep hope alive” while Kerry was too much of a wussy to do it himself.
As nurses prepared the emergency room at the U.S. hospital, Colonel Robert Rush, deputy commander for clinical services, sweat-soaked from a workout, pulled an ER doctor aside.
All subtle and rain soaked it is - you creep around a deserted New Mombasa gathering clues.
(I see that Kennedy got his gin soaked butt in on this idiocy).
When my hands and sleeves are soaked from the vegetable showers I move on.
One of my bedroom windows didn't close properly, and sometimes I'd wake up soaked from the rain.
Ruralshire Constabulary, along with twenty three other forces, were persuaded to send officers for mutual aid to police about ten rain soaked, bedraggled vegans in a muddy field.
An evocative setting, dark water shimmering at night, rain soaked cobblestones on the quai.
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