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sodden

  
  
boggy, drenched, droukit or drookit     (Scot.)   marshy, miry, saturated, soaked, soggy, sopping, waterlogged  
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sodden

  
  
Something that is sodden is extremely wet.      adj  
We stripped off our sodden clothes...     


-sodden  
1       comb in adj   -sodden combines with `drink' and with the names of alcoholic drinks to form adjectives which describe someone who has drunk too much alcohol and is in a bad state as a result.  
usu ADJ n  
He portrays a whisky-sodden Catholic priest.     
2       comb in adj   -sodden combines with words such as `rain' to form adjectives which describe someone or something that has become extremely wet as a result of the thing that is mentioned.  
usu ADJ n  
The porter put our scruffy rain-sodden luggage on a trolley.     

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sadden, sudden, suddenly, soften

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