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covered with or full of liquid

damp and warm

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having the consistency of dough because of insufficient leavening or improper cooking

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slow and apathetic

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8 million travellers - who have endured the soggiest August for four years - headed for a holiday on Europe's beaches.
It takes backbone to camp in the soggiest summer since 1917, even if you're doing it the easy way in a motorhome fitted out like a rockstar's trailer.
In a game forecast to be played in the soggiest of conditions, maybe it will be the correct game plan ( and it provides opportunities for punters both on the fixed odds and spread markets.
COVENTRY was soaked by 299mm of rain this autumn, making it the fourth soggiest since records began in the 1760s.
July was one of the soggiest in recent years with some parts of the country experiencing more than twice the monthly average rainfall.
The Met Office said it had been the one of the dullest on record, one of the coldest, and the soggiest since 1912.
It was one of a number of big events that fell victim to the soggiest summer in years.
IN THIS soggiest of summers it is unsurprising that thoughts have turned to warmer, more exotic and considerably less flooded lands.
This is great for winter crops and early plantings because the roots are raised out of the coldest, soggiest part of the soil.
TWO summers ago, Jacob Hill had the soggiest weekend of his life at the Leeds music festival, thanks to cheap camping kit that let him down big time.
On Saturday, there was a leisurely feel that spoke volumes about one event at least which had survived the soggiest summer in memory and put a smile on the face of one local village.
WITH the pulverising supremacy of Frankel and Camelot, many Group 1 races this season have been sterling exhibitions to raise the spirit in this soggiest of summers but, realistically, of little significance to the vast majority of punters enlivened only by a bet.
WE'VE just endured one of the soggiest summers on record and now we could be in line for a harsher than usual winter.
The soggiest weather will hit Wales, the Midlands and East Anglia.