Sodden in a sentence as an adjective

It becomes sodden and little use in persistent rain.

Blocking ads is great if you use any social media, as you don't have to see the sodden ads.

The late Christopher Hitchens was a drink sodden ex-Trotskyist popinjay, of course.

Normally we'd change the title to something neutral, but in this case the article is so sodden with it that it has soaked the thread as well.

They hire a lot of good kids and try to **** them, or at least turn them into Dilbert-esque sodden gray rags, by the end of their second year.

Things will change organically, just as they organically changed from sodden cow and horse manure filled roads to paved, car filled roads.

I live and work in the UK now, but when I first landed on these rain-sodden shores, my spoken English was bad and I had trouble communicating with people.

Don't forget step 4, being make sure to jump on the next 'big thing' when it comes along so you can write a similar post about you leaving that sodden platform a few years later.

He writes,Here is Havildar Hirram Singh writing to his family in India from the sodden trenches of northern France in the same year:We must honor him who gives us our salt.

Struggling with the stifling norms of colonial society, the young girl becomes fascinated by ‘the bush’ – that fringe of sodden, savage vegetation bordering the town’s tidy gardens and parks.

There needs to be a solution that doesn't involve photocopying sodden pages from Mathematica Principia and asking users to take a guess at what on Earth the stupid squiggly lines are supposed to read.

Second I met the man, who certainly was denied due process and on paper atrociously mistreated, he introduced the dog, unknown potential dominant bulldog mongrel, getting it to l so and lock it's jaw on his agitated arm. I passed him again, alone in rain, dog coat sodden, he was high and drunk careless no train still disgorge the fool he requires.

Indeed, had some tyrannical god contrived to enslave our minds to time, to make it all but impossible for us to escape subjection to sodden routines and unpleasant surprises, he could hardly have done better than handing down our present system.

Lately I've been thinking about getting a tarp for camping rather than a full tent, and there are a lot of videos that attempt to illustrate how to pitch a tarp in various configurations, but most are just overlong, sodden messes of rambling talk.

"The prevailing architecture here, among those who had not adopted neo-Victorian precepts, was distinctly subterranean; as if these people were somehow ashamed of their own humanity and could not bear to fell even a handful of the immense Douglas firs that marched monotonously up the tumbling slopes toward the frozen, sodden ridge of the Cascades.

Sodden definitions


wet through and through; thoroughly wet; "stood at the door drenched (or soaked) by the rain"; "the speaker's sodden collar"; "soppy clothes"

See also: soppy