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soupy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsoupysoup‧y /ˈsuːpi/ adjective  having a thick liquid quality like soup
Examples from the Corpus
soupyThe voice of rock'n'roll, in contrast, is almost unrelievedly soupy.Chain-up was slow, breakfast abandoned, the two-step became a slow drag over soupy grass and unreliable earth.The fine, powdery soil turned to soupy mud with the first heavy rains.Do they still boil cabbage to a soupy pulp in Britain, and pour the vitamin C down the drain?The result is less soupy than most, and somehow more adult.The two men came back with their hands fish-white with immersion what was, fortunately, warm, almost soupy water.
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