sodden[ sod-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF sodden
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SODDEN
His complexion was pale and sodden, and his hair short, dark, and sleek.
When dawn came, they were on the move, glad to stretch their sodden limbs.
Then he replaced the sodden end of his cigarette between them.
The colours were indistinguishable at the distance, drenched and sodden.
Her hair, streaming down in a sodden mass, was matted with blood.
Arrived there, he removed his coat and neckcloth, his sodden boots and stockings.
He could barely make out the sodden steps and––they were receding.
It creaked and gave back a sodden, hollow sound, but at first there was no response.
In the middle of it, clearly marked on the sodden soil, was the track of a bicycle.
The heavy, sluggish, sodden movement of the hull advised me to make haste.