1. suck => soak => soggy.
- soggy (adj.)
- 1722, perhaps from dialectal sog "bog, swamp," or the verb sog "become soaked," both of unknown origin, + -y (2). Related: Soggily; sogginess.
- 1. Vegetables should retain some firmness and should not be soggy and waterlogged.
- 2. We squelched over the soggy ground.
- 3. The ground was soggy after the heavy rain.
- 4. The moccasins were in soggy shreds.
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- 5. In the soggy ground his footsteps made the smallest sounds.
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