soaked with liquid or moisture; saturated.
heavy, lumpy, or soggy, as food that is poorly cooked.
having a soaked appearance.
bloated, as the face.
expressionless, dull, or stupid, especially from drunkenness.
lacking spirit or alertness; inert; torpid; listless.
verb (used with or without object)
to make or become sodden.
Obsolete. past participle of seethe.
verb (used without object), seethed or (Obsolete) sod; seethed or (Obsolete) sodden or sod; seething.
to surge or foam as if boiling.
to be in a state of agitation or excitement.
Archaic. to boil.
verb (used with object), seethed or (Obsolete) sod; seethed or (Obsolete) sodden or sod; seething.
to soak or steep.
to cook by boiling or simmering; boil.
the act of seething.
the state of being agitated or excited.
dulled, esp by excessive drinking
(in combination): a drink-sodden mind
heavy or doughy, as bread is when improperly cooked
to make or become sodden
(intransitive) to boil or to foam as if boiling
(intransitive) to be in a state of extreme agitation, esp through anger
(transitive) to soak in liquid
(transitive) (archaic) to cook or extract the essence of (a food) by boiling
the act or state of seething
to boil (Ex. 16:23).
adjective, soddier, soddiest. 1. of or relating to sod. 2. consisting of sod. noun, plural soddies. 3. Also, soddie. Western U.S. sod house. noun 1. a house built of strips of sod, laid like brickwork, and used especially by settlers on the Great Plains, when timber was scarce. noun 1. Frederick. 1877–1956, English chemist, whose […]
noun 1. a section cut or torn from the surface of grassland, containing the matted roots of grass. 2. the surface of the ground, especially when covered with grass; turf; sward. verb (used with object), sodded, sodding. 3. to cover with sods or sod. verb, Archaic. 1. simple past tense of seethe. noun 1. sodomite; […]
- Sod disease
noun 1. (vet science) a disease of poultry characterized by blisters and scabs on the feet and legs
adjective, soddier, soddiest. 1. of or relating to sod. 2. consisting of sod. noun, plural soddies. 3. Also, soddie. Western U.S. sod house. noun 1. Frederick, 1877–1956, English chemist: Nobel prize 1921. noun 1. Frederick. 1877–1956, English chemist, whose work on radioactive disintegration led to the discovery of isotopes: Nobel prize for chemistry 1921 Soddy […]