Definitions

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  • adjective Soaked with water.

Etymologies

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water +‎ soaked

Examples

  • SO Zac drops the flaming pumpkin, it rolls onto its back on the watersoaked lawn and flames continue to shoot out its eyes.

    Joining the madness

  • And did about as much damage as they would have done to a huge old watersoaked log.

    Soldiers Live

  • At some warehouses all the tobacco was swept away or was hurled ashore, mud-covered and watersoaked.

    Washington

  • At some warehouses all the tobacco was swept away or was hurled ashore, mud-covered and watersoaked.

    Washington

  • At some warehouses all the tobacco was swept away or was hurled ashore, mud-covered and watersoaked.

    Washington

  • At some warehouses all the tobacco was swept away or was hurled ashore, mud-covered and watersoaked.

    Washington

  • Every now and then a shout of discovery went up, but the booty of the grappling hooks invariably proved to be only watersoaked logs or mud-filled wreckage.

    Boy Scouts of the Air on Lost Island

  • What did it matter to them that some of the bunting had been watersoaked and that the flags were faded almost white?

    Tabitha at Ivy Hall

  • In the case of walnuts this year, many growers were considerably worried by the fact that even the wood tissue outside the pith region was black and watersoaked.

    Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 41st Annual Meeting Pleasant Valley, New York, August 28, 29 and 30, 1950

  • She was reminded of what Strang had so often said, referring to their lonely quest -- that actual existence was like a forlorn shipwreck of some other life, a mere raft upon which, like grave buffoons, the ragged survivors went on handing one another watersoaked bread of faith, glassless binoculars of belief, oblivious of what radiant coasts or awful headlands might lie beyond the enveloping mists.

    The Best Short Stories of 1920 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story

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