from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Saturated or sodden with moisture; soaked: soggy clothes.
- adj. Lacking spirit; dull: a soggy bit of dialogue.
- adj. Humid; sultry: a soggy afternoon in August.
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- adj. Soaked with moisture or other liquid
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Filled with water; soft with moisture; sodden; soaked; wet.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Soaked with water or moisture; thoroughly wet; damp and heavy: as, soggy land; soggy timber; soggy bread.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. slow and apathetic
- adj. (of soil) soft and watery
- adj. having the consistency of dough because of insufficient leavening or improper cooking
Q: Are there precautions to take when working in soggy gardens?
After another extended weather delay in soggy Wales, golf's glamorous trans-Atlantic match-play tournament was pushed beyond the weekend and into Monday for the first time in its 83-year history.
And don't close up the plastic bag until you get to the movie theatre, or the popcorn will get soggy from the steam.
Jan. 12, 2006: The Redskins received a dose of Seattle weather yesterday afternoon, when they practiced in soggy conditions.
Yanks beat Phils 8-5 in soggy Game 3, take 2-1 Series lead
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I have driven several thousand metaphorical miles on this doughnut, and I am tired, and the metaphorical scenery looks remarkably like Iowa in soggy cold March when you forgot to pack any Paul Simon albums and the gas stations are all out of Toffifays.
I know nothing, she refuses to sleep at night & I'm starting to wonder if she's part vampire … and my boobs are soggy from the Con.
Although they tasted fantastic even four days later, the topping got a little soggy from the apples underneath and the texture wasn't as pleasant.
The complete destruction of the public-defender system has left more than 1,000 people sitting in soggy New Orleans jails without access to lawyers.