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soggy

(ˈsɑgi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. They weren’t sopping wet, just soggy.
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Cal went three-and-out and Oregon drove back down the field, only to miss a 29-yard field goal that Matt Evensen attempted in the soggiest part of the field.
IF recent weather is anything to go by, this is fast becoming one of our soggiest summers for some time.
It has already been the third wettest June on record and there is a good chance it could be the soggiest yet.
White and slightly gooey on the underside, it was the soggiest bottom I've seen since the last time I watched Daryl Hannah in Splash.
A snap survey has found open-top car sales are good in some of the UK's soggiest region, and that includes North Wales.
So you couldn't blame the people at BMW for looking a little disappointed that the debut of the new Mini Convertible has coincided with the soggiest summer in the history of irate Daily Mail editorials.
It's the soggiest place on earth, has lots of great coffee shops, a really big mountain, an even bigger software company, a world famous rich guy, and Ken Griffey Jr.
For best results, plant in loose, fast-draining soil in a spot with full sun--though plants can tolerate light shade and all but the soggiest soils.
July was one of the soggiest in recent years with some parts of the country experiencing more than twice the monthly average rainfall.
And it comes exactly a year after people waded through torrential rain as the town, and indeed much of Britain, squelched through the soggiest summer for years.
The Met Office said it had been the one of the dullest on record, one of the coldest, and the soggiest since 1912.
Charismas Birthday did remarkably well to finish as close as she did given she ploughed a lonely furrow on the soggiest part of the track.
8million 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.
This is great for winter crops and early plantings because the roots are raised out of the coldest, soggiest part of the soil.