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sopping (wet)

and soppy
mod. alcohol intoxicated. (see also wet.) After about six beers, Ralph found himself a little soppy.
See also: sopping, wet

soppy

verb
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They couldn't escape playing the hits, but 5 Colours in Her Hair, All About You and a soppy acoustic version of Too Close For Comfort were among the exceptions.
I love my city and I'm not being sentimental or soppy.
Big dogs, small dogs, stroppy dogs, soppy dogs, hairy dogs and bald dogs.
I'm getting dead soppy, like, giving her little kisses.
And the second being soloist Alexander Campbell whose soppy Petrushka is adorable and yet incredibly precise and whose Young Man in Baiser is a charming lead.
On the subject of another day that everyone can't wait to celebrate, Bogof has begun to receive soppy press releases about Valentines Day.
With the Romantic Novel of the Year beign announced today and Cambridgwordfest kicking off, there are plenty of literary delights to be had today, and if you're a fan of soppy novels, then you'll love www.
It's when LeAnn goes country again that it all falls apart, her soppy duet with Brian McFadden, Everybody's Someone, simply appalling.
Is it Berlin's soppy Euro-ballad "Take my breath away" (which is incidentally the first record I ever bought); The Top Gun Anthem (although that is an instrumental); "Playing with the Boys" (Dance Mix) by Kenny Loggins or "Mighty Wings" by Cheap Trick?
And as soppy as it sounds, words can be a great gift.
GIRLS, forget buying him the aftershave or soppy film this Valentine's Day
The funniest - and scariest - thing in the show is the soppy power-pop theme song for the framing sequence, a sitcom starring extraterrestrials Kodos and Kang.
Merlin and his true love Hallia are insufferably soppy, and much of the plot is contrived just to eke out the story.
In fact, they all tend to merge into a single, soppy blur of sugary sentimentality, with only the barest hint of spice.
Upon viewing her works, Huck Finn naively echoes his hosts' reverence for Emmeline's maudlin elegies of deceased neighbors and her soppy crayon drawings of young ladies in mourning.