- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sodden.
“The whispers from the back of life were growing dim as my mind and body soddened.”
“It was fall; the rain, which had arrived too late to make a difference in the harvest, had soddened the clay soil underfoot.”
“I departed thence, as a matter of course, to other German Inns, where all the eatables are soddened down to the same flavour, and where the mind is disturbed by the apparition of hot puddings, and boiled cherries, sweet and slab, at awfully unexpected periods of the repast.”
“I think it had much more impact than the SDS material that also soddened my generation.”
“She brushed the soddened curls away from her face and glanced about.”
“Patches of damp the size of dinner plates soddened his natty blue shirt.”
“One was covered by a kind of half cask; this was used for boiling the rice, the cover being to preserve the steam after the water was boiled away, which causes the rice to be beautifully done and not soddened, as is often the case in our cooking.”
“The authorities might just as well have served us with soddened sponges.”
“It was not so soddened as to allow the feet to sink ankle deep into the mire, but was like a wet sponge.”
“We decided to roll our soddened bodies in our saturated blankets, to lie down on the ground and to strive to woo sleep.”
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