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soaked

adjective
     
soaked
1 very wet or wearing very wet clothes [= drenched]:
I was soaked and very cold.
It was raining so hard we were quickly soaked through (=completely wet).
He came in from the barn, soaked to the skin.
Her shoes got soaked as she walked through the wet grass.
blood-soaked/oil-soaked etc
his blood-soaked clothes
2

be soaked in/with something

to be full of a particular quality:
a city soaked in history
WORD FOCUS: wet WORD FOCUS: wet
very wet: soaked, drenched

a little wet: damp, moist

wet and soft: soggy

when the air feels wet: humid, damp, muggy


See also
wet

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