View definitions for soaking


adjective as in soaked

adjective as in sopping

adjective as in waterlogged

noun as in bath

noun as in dip

noun as in irrigation

Strong matches

noun as in saturation

noun as in washing

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Example Sentences

On the northeasternmost point of the U.S., pancake-like ployes are a daily staple, whether covered in syrup or soaking up gravy.

Liquor made by soaking tiger bones in Chinese wine brings hefty prices on online exchanges.

There are also indoor baths and a foot soaking area, the perfect antidote to a long day of pounding the trail.

I felt like a really nice car, or a soaking tub, or a fireplace, or something that would drive the price of an apartment way up.

Another cure is Kvass, a slightly alcoholic beverage made by soaking dried rye bread with sugar and yeast.

Jim huddled himself up like the rest: the crew turned in soaking, and woke up steaming, just as the men do even nowadays.

The dragon lies full length, half sleeping, on the soaking cloud.

About 15 minutes of soaking will be sufficient to make them pliable enough to bend over at right angles.

I will not permit you to take your soaking clothes upstairs.

Fresh blood was soaking through the cloth around his shoulder—a strip of blue gingham torn from Nancy's dress, White Bear now saw.


On this page you'll find 201 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to soaking, such as: cloudy, dank, drizzly, misty, moist, and muggy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.