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soggy

(ˈsɑgi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. They weren’t sopping wet, just soggy.
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He followed the trail of the other man who dragged himself along, and soon came to the end of it - a few fresh-picked bones where the soggy moss was marked by the foot-pads of many wolves.
One viewer tweeted: "Did he just make a soggy bottom joke about a cookie?
And recognise a poorly fired pastry, or talk about soggy bottoms without sniggering.
Uneaten soggy bread can cause a build-up of bad nutrients.
But the soggy star, in wetweather gear, was denied entry by security because the Curzon in Chelsea, West London, was hosting a private premiere.
Although the effect can be very romantic - especially on warm, sunny summer evenings - if it gets wet at some stage (and it usually does) you can end up with soggy skirts.
Melbourne, October 9 ( ANI ): We all have experienced airline food, which are basically a string of stale, soggy sandwiches and some sweaty meat and veg.
A loopy Brazilian leftie with no evidence, masquerading as a serious UN official" Tory MP Stewart Jackson on Raquel Rolnik, the UN's special rapporteur on housing, who has criticised the Government's housing benefits shake-up "One of my pet hates in a pie is a soggy bottom.
He beat Brendan Lynch and James Morton after wowing Paul Hollywood and co-judge Mary Berry with technical skills - there wasn't a soggy bottom in sight.
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.