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  • n  a heavy wetness

  • She won't have the luxury of, say, Bill Clinton's public sogginess.
  • Beyond the sogginess and damp, however, is a more dangerous threat: greening, a condition caused by the Asian Citrus psyllid, a sap-sucking insect invader from overseas whose .
  • His latest, a cheery tale of big doings at an English boys' school, is served up cool but crisp, with a slight sogginess inside, like British toast.

  • George Steller in The Australian
    Stranded here for nine months during the expedition of 1741, one survivor, naturalist Georg Steller, described their ordeal thus: "Hardship, bareness, cold, sogginess, weakness, impatience, disease and despair were our everyday guests."

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