sodden


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wet through and through

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The officer, a very young lad with a broad rosy face and keen merry eyes, galloped up to Denisov and handed him a sodden envelope.
On such rare afternoons the ugliest of cities becomes the most poetic, and months of sodden days are offset by a moment of miracle.
I say lucky for us he did not reach us, and I might almost say luckily for himself; for we had only a small breaker of water and some soddened ship's biscuits with us, so sudden had been the alarm, so unprepared the ship for any disaster.
And John Barleycorn puts out the fire, and soddens the agility, and, when he does not more immediately kill them or make maniacs of them, he coarsens and grossens them, twists and malforms them out of the original goodness and fineness of their natures.
Visitors Boreham Wood, who leapfrogged Wrexham in the table thanks to their win, made the most of an early goal to throw up a defensive shield that proved impenetrable in sodden conditions.
FURIOUS Agnieska Radwanska slammed Roland Garros as a French farce after sodden stars were forced to keep swinging in the rain.
>VIEW OF THE NORTH: This picture of a rugby scrum at Jesmond dates back so far it predates the split of the sport into rugby league and rugby union, which happened in 1895, five years after this picture taken on what was clearly a rather sodden day in Newcastle.
water table Rising around our bones, all our sodden parts.
Ground-staff were unable to work on the sodden surface immediately after last Saturday's game with Dartford and a heavy snowfall on Monday morning further delayed their efforts.
Saroque (below) started the ball rolling at Sandown, followed by Emperor's Choice in the West Wales National at a sodden Ffos Las.
The place is sodden, and we need to replace the ceilings and walls.
Autumn was my favourite, the leaves a golden brown Now they're shed and sodden and slippery on the ground Christmas time was always fun with Jack Frost guaranteed Itdoesn't seem the same now, without the snow it's just the greed Summer had the heatwaves, no brollys to be seen The grass was thick and tidy and a lovely shade of green The seasons are a mixed bag now, all four seen in one day What's happened to this world we know, it's really hard to say Can't see it changing back now it look's as though we're stuck Unless Mother Nature has a change of heart and gives us all some luck!
July's heatwave compared with a sodden summer in 2012, saw sales of barbecues leap 26 per cent and charcoal soar 48 per cent in the second quarter.
The report said that the manner of holding on to the Ashes for England felt flat and sodden as Australia had spoiled their party.