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How to use soddened in a sentence

They had dropped in the autumn, and had been soddened into the earth by many rains.
LONDON'S HEARTB. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
His half-soddened brain refused to answer to the sudden spasm of memory which had awakened a spark of the former man.
A MILLIONAIRE OF YESTERDAYE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
The Archbishop opened his nerveless hands before him; they were pale and wrinkled as if they had been much soddened in water.
THE FIFTH QUEEN CROWNEDFORD MADOX FORD
The car went cautiously down the soddened white path, under the trees.
THE WHITE PEACOCKD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
My pleasaunce was a dark area of soddened relics; the battalions of June were slain, and their bodies in the mud.
THE SEA AND THE JUNGLEH. M. TOMLINSON
Odontoglossums require abundance of water, but are easily injured if allowed to get soddened.
ORCHIDSJAMES O'BRIEN
The derelict was a schooner, a lifeless and soddened hulk, so heavy and uncontesting that its foundering seemed at hand.
OLD JUNKH. M. TOMLINSON
Any dimmest doubt of Selpdorf's patriotism had never during all that period entered into the soddened brain of his master.
A MODERN MERCENARYKATE PRICHARD AND HESKETH VERNON HESKETH-PRICHARD
Our democratic dream has been a middle-class aspiration built on a bog of toil-soddened minds.
THE ART OF THE MOVING PICTUREVACHEL LINDSAY
We decided to roll our soddened bodies in our saturated blankets, to lie down on the ground and to strive to woo sleep.
SIXTEEN MONTHS IN FOUR GERMAN PRISONSHENRY CHARLES MAHONEY

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