waterlogged

[ waw-ter-lawgd, -logd, wot-er- ]SEE DEFINITION OF waterlogged

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She rose up in that waterlogged cart like a Statue of Liberty.

It was the old front line, now waterlogged and quite untenable.

I took in so much, I was afraid I'd be waterlogged and never come up.

She does not roll as though she was waterlogged in any degree.

But now he saw that what he had mistaken for a waterlogged sunken hulk was indeed an under-sea boat, a submarine and a big one.

For many weeks only trench fighting has been possible owing to the climatic conditions and waterlogged state of the ground.

She was deeply laden or waterlogged, and rolled heavily in the trough of the sea, nearing the shore as she felt the tide.

Of the "Duke of Northumberland," they only knew a troopship of the name, and even that had been waterlogged!

Two or three times, one of the men, who wasn't quite as quick as the rest, got "waterlogged" and the crew had to help him up.

A submerged derelict, waterlogged, scarcely visible, for which a diver must be sent down to place the mines.

WORD ORIGIN

1779, from water (n.1) + log (n.); the notion is of "reduce to a log-like condition."

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