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soggy

(ˈsɑgi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. They weren’t sopping wet, just soggy.
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Alpine was once a soggier version of Cicely, Alaska, the mythical town featured in TV's "Northern Exposure," full of wonderful weirdness.
The Newcastle ground on Thursday appeared soggier than a normal year at Glastonbury, and the noise from the Gosforth Park stands will be as loud as the Somerset music festival if strongly supported Highland Legacy lifts the pounds 200,000 John Smith's Northumberland Plate (3.
PLUM tomatoes are usually oval shaped and have notably less juice, which is why they are cooked on barbecues and used on pizzas rather than their soggier friends.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- As autumn days get shorter and the greens get soggier, golfers can start planning their perfect holiday by visiting Where2golf.
Road accidents caused by skidding will virtually double from this month, as the Indian summer gives way to a soggier climate, warns a tyre company.
If you have toast without requesting brown bread, you will get white-bread toast, perhaps served in racks so it won't get any soggier as it cools.
Moreno was among the soggier Angels employees in the clubhouse champagne shindig Saturday, when the Angels won the West title in Oakland.
40pm I was part of the dedicated umbrella'd throng who stayed on to sing along with Land of Hope and Glory, but it seemed to me that people suddenly felt soggier when they realised that Birmingham was not going to get any acknowledgement in the BBCTV coverage, unlike other linked events in Hyde Park, Manchester, Swansea and Belfast (and Glasgow, which actually wasn't taking place, having already been rained off).
So even as the summers get soggier, Texas stream flows could plummet by 35 percent, leaving the ranch's stretch of the Middle Bosque River little more than a trickle.
The middle layer of the atmosphere--a remote region far above Earth's surface--has grown significantly soggier since 1992, according to measurements made by satellite and ground-based instruments.
Most lilies prefer well-drained soil but there are a few that will cope if you have soggier conditions.
THE country may have been gripped by a cold snap yesterday - but we'll be back to milder, soggier weather tomorrow.
But a plate of mixed tempura morsels were wildly varying - some crisply coated, others soggier than a posh bloke's handshake.
London, September 5 (ANI): Veterinary scientists have said that as the world warms, slabs of meat would lose their juiciness, and become soggier, blander, leaner, darker and more prone to spoilage.
You survey the rain and imagine your smalls getting soggier.