soggy

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soggy

(ˈsɑgi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. They weren’t sopping wet, just soggy.
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Weather worries are rather more serious at Newcastle, which was almost washed away on Thursday in a spectacular thunderstorm that turned the parade ring into a paddling pool and rendered the track itself soggily unraceable.
Among the entrees, the vegetarian rice pancakes, served with wok-tossed vegetables and sweet chilli dressing, are soggily disappointing.
By the time what may or may not be the correct edition of The Grocer flops soggily on to your doormat, you will know whether it is Smiling Boy Cameron or the dishevelled and spent El Gordo, puppeted by Cleggover, who is in charge of this woebegone realm.
At this time of year, Worcester Cricket Club should be redolent with the soothing sound of leather on willow - but the ground has been soggily silent for weeks.
And it made the bath nice even though it left all sorts of funny residue of rose petals that needed scooping out, soggily, after bath time.
The title phrase is uttered late in the evening, and it lands just about as patly and soggily as the play that contains it.