soggy


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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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And then: "Welcome back - right, straight over to Sadie's soggy bottom
Villagers in Shepley spread woodchip on the soggy muddy path to the village war memorial
They found that before cereal gets soggy, it briefly becomes tougher, or able to withstand more force.
SO HUGH'S SOGGY NOW Rain-soaked Grant and Anna are denied entry to cinema
As a traveler, one is always worried about being served with stale, soggy sandwiches, but celebrity chef Luke Mangan said that plane food has gained an unfair reputation, News.
SOGGY SOGGY The ball bounced into the path of Morison, who tucked it past keeper Julian Speroni for his second of the afternoon and his third since joining Leeds from Norwich.
We held out breath to discover which contestants would have the worst possible outcome - a soggy bottom.
Let's not call this the wet and soggy Olympics, it is a great moment for our country," he added.
Can I just point out that not all fish and chips are soggy or greasy.
From friendly frogs to ladybugs, butterflies, and meadowlarks, Soggy Bog is host and home to a variety of creatures celebrated in "Colonel Purple Turtle's Purple Journal.
SOGGY BISCUIT, who was simply paw-perfect in Thursday's heats, looks a good bet to land today's Bags/SIS 500 sweepstake final at Sheffield, writes Dave Johnston.
Yesterday morning, on a soggy day in the middle of a soggy week, demolition work began on the parking garage that has served shoppers from the days of the Galleria to the era of the Worcester Common Outlets.
It was a common observation that when the cup was raised to the lips, the tea on the bottom of the cup would drip on the table, the cloth and the lap because the soggy teabag had released a pool of tea in the saucer and transferred to the cup.