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- n. The property of being soggy.
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- n. The quality or state of being soggy; soddenness; wetness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a heavy wetness
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Containers are likely to “sweat” a little when they thaw, too, so wrap them up well to avoid any sogginess soaking through.
Sun Belt sogginess bogged down the excitement in Sunday's TV sports.
The top was bubbling hot, and the base was super crispy, with no sogginess whatsoever, in spite of the use of very fresh tomatoes.
I left the five littlest ones in various stages of sogginess and mess to help the older ones sort through the pile of mittens, hats, scarves and parkas to find the matching sets I knew they had arrived with yesterday.
Our taste for the tarte au citron, which can now be found in varying degrees of sogginess on every supermarket cake shelf in the country, is apparently largely thanks to the Roux brothers, who, in the 1980s, served up what Lindsey Bareham describes as a "lemon tart like no other" at the Waterside Inn and Le Gavroche.
I could guess that the scene on deck was a spectacle, and at six o'clock, as gray light showed through my ports in the intervals when they were not submerged, I essayed the side-board of my bunk like a gymnast, captured my careering slippers, and shuddered as I thrust my bare feet into their chill sogginess.
Whether people got bored with PC, or decided its work was done, or subsided into that passive sogginess that so troubles the prime minister, it is unusual these days to find a loony council accused of rewriting our treasured nursery rhymes or of exchanging Christmas for Winterval.
The clouds are long gone, and so is the sogginess.
It's not just the sogginess: the astral projections and the infinities of the third eye, the violets and the oranges, the levitating the Pentagon and the "I saw God and she's black".
I could smell the rain-soaked sogginess of her hide.