American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having the appearance or consistency of soup.
- adj. Informal Foggy: soupy weather.
- adj. Informal Sentimental.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like soup; having the consistence, appearance, or color of soup.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Resembling soup; souplike.
- adj. having the consistency and appearance of soup
- adj. effusively or insincerely emotional
- soup + -y (Wiktionary)
“A thin soupy extremely spicy curry called "cutt", made with a spice mixture called "kolhapuri chutney”
“I enjoyed the "soup" part I didn't cook it as long as the recipe recommends, so it was soupy, which is what I wanted, but wasn't crazy about the sausage.”
“On the upside, their Kheer a dessert best described as soupy rice pudding is just as good as our usual place, and the Onion Kulcha is even better.”
“MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said ... when i use less oil in my fasolakia reciupe, i always find that the next day, the meal is too 'soupy' for my liking, which is why i prefer to add more oil if i know i'm going to be serving this the next day”
“The soup is "soupy" enough that I think this might work.”
“I microwaved it for about 5 minutes more-- it depends on how "soupy" or "dry" you like your risotto.”
“It stayed "soupy" even after beating for almost an hour.”
“Indeed, there is a whole category of deliberately "soupy" rice dishes called arroces caldosos or arroces melosos.”
“Unfortunately, "soupy" was a very appropriate description for what was going on outside today, in addition to intermittent, pouring rain.”
“When the weatherman describes today's weather as being "soupy," there's no way I want to cook over a hot stove or turn on the oven.”
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