Antonyms for soddened

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


We had plodded on for hours soddened by the solar heat and parched with thirst.

The dull sound of horses' hoofs could he heard on the soddened ground.

They had dropped in the autumn, and had been soddened into the earth by many rains.

On the floor were some boards, placed on bricks and covered with soddened straw.

Utterly exhausted, the soldiers slept on the soddened ground.

The authorities might just as well have served us with soddened sponges.

Sometimes they get a bit of cheese or bacon, but not often, and a good deal of strong cabbage, soddened with pot-liquor.

A soddened little bird twittered joyfully in the hedge, casting a round black eye at her as she passed.

The car went cautiously down the soddened white path, under the trees.

My pleasaunce was a dark area of soddened relics; the battalions of June were slain, and their bodies in the mud.