Definition of Soaked

1. Adjective. Very drunk.




Definition of Soaked

1. Adjective. Drenched with water, or other liquid. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Soaked

1. soak [v] - See also: soak

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soaked

so that
so there
so they say
so to say
so to speak
so what
soak
soak the runner
soak through
soak up
soakage
soakages
soakaway
soakaways
soakcrust
soaked (current term)
soaked to the bone
soaked to the skin
soaken
soaker
soakers
soaking
soaking up
soaking wet
soakingly
soakings
soaks
soakt
soal
soals

Literary usage of Soaked

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1. Pork-production by William Wesley Smith, Robert Alexander Craig (1920)
"soaked whole wheat versus soaked ground wheat. Accumulated studies by the experiment stations of the country have proved rather conclusively that wheat must ..."

2. Pork-production by William Wesley Smith, Robert Alexander Craig (1920)
"In each experiment the results in rate and economy of gain were in favor of the soaked wheat. With neither ration, however, were the results satisfactory. ..."

3. Food Inspection and Analysis: For the Use of Public Analysts, Health by Albert Ernest Leach (1904)
"The presence of soaked peas in the market is generally more common in years when there is a scarcity in the pea crop. By the process of soaking, ..."

4. Food Inspection and Analysis: For the Use of Public Analysts, Health by Albert Ernest Leach (1909)
"The presence of soaked peas in the market is generally more common in years when there is a scarcity in the pea crop. By the process of soaking, ..."

5. The Law Relating to Oil and Gas: Including Oil and Gas Leases and Contracts by William Wheeler Thornton (1904)
"Minor employee's oil-soaked clothes catching fire. A boy was working for an oil company, and his clothing became soaked with oil. It was a cold day, ..."

6. Practical Physiology of Plants by Francis Darwin, Edward Hamilton Acton (1895)
"Take 20 peas, half of which (a) are to be left in water for 12 hours, or until they are thoroughly soaked, while the other 10 (6) are reserved for ..."

7. Practical Physiology of Plants by Francis Darwin, Edward Hamilton Acton (1909)
"() Dry and soaked ... Thus, dry seeds can endure a temperature which is fatal to seeds which have been soaked. Take 20 peas, half of which (a) are to be ..."

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