sog·gy (sŏgē, sôgē)
adj. sog·gi·er, sog·gi·est
1. Saturated or sodden with moisture; soaked: soggy clothes.
2. Lacking spirit; dull: a soggy bit of dialogue.
3. Humid; sultry: a soggy afternoon in August.
[From dialectal sog, to be soaked (from Middle English soggon, soaked, probably of Scandinavian origin) or from dialectal sog, swamp.]
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