sopping

[ sop-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF sopping

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SOPPING

In an instant her bonnet, her shawl, her dress, were all sopping.

By now the water in the cabin was up to the bunks, and the bed-clothes were sopping.

Mrs. Peakslow went on again, sopping her eyes with the remnant of rags.

She took off her sopping frock, and gave it to the woman to hang up.

There in the sopping lowlands they are harvesting the last marsh hay.

Her eyes burst into another flood, and she gave up the job of sopping it.

They were muddy and sopping wet and steam was rising off them.

He was startled: like a sponge, sopping up the atmosphere, she darkened.

Junius lifted a fist and dropped the sopping net on the bar.

"He is so sopping wet I am afraid he will take cold," said Reliance.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SOPPING

wetter

adjectivedamp, moist
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