- s wet through and through; thoroughly wet
- s effusively or insincerely emotional
- There is a great sense of patriotism and it makes people get soppy and sentimental.
- It's soppy enough to suit the requirements of the weepie genre, and there's a music score that tries to cue all the emotions in viewers, as if they're incapable of locating their .
- Nature porn? Maybe I'll go with the soppy old prose of Muir, Burns and Duncan.
- Alan Rickman in BBC News
Sheen said his character was full of nervous energy, while Rickman said he did not like the story as a child because it was "full of soppy women".
- Dougie Payne in Digital Spy
Payne, 35, wrote on his blog: "It is with huge delight and enormous soppy grins that we can tell you we have a wee boy. He is blond, blue-eyed, bouncing and beautiful. Dad's mind is blown in the best way possible. Fill your glasses with something...
- Katie Price in ic Uxbridge.co.uk
Jordan describes in her book how at her first meal with the Andre family, Nirmala "was really flirting and staring at him with a love struck, soppy expression. I felt so angry, I barely touched my meal."