soak with

soak (someone or something) with (something)

To drench or coat someone or something with some liquid substance. He ran around the corner of the house with a hose and soaked me with water. Workers spent the night soaking the runways with deicer so that flights wouldn't be delayed due to the severe cold snap.
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soak someone or something with something

to get someone or something thoroughly wet with some liquid. The rain soaked us all with icy cold drops of water. The storm soaked the land with much-needed moisture.
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