Definition of soggily in English:

soggily

adverb

  • See soggy

    • ‘Gilly glowered soggily at him from behind the overflowing basin, wielding a large sponge and a rather nasty-looking scrub brush.’
    • ‘The waffle-ice cream nexus has a sublime moment of perfection before the ice cream melts and before the waffle cools and the crust soggily succumbs to the pooling glacé.’
    • ‘The lettuce leaves glistened with dressing, rather than sulking soggily at the bottom of the plate.’
    • ‘Erin deflated to his normal self and fell soggily to the floor.’
    • ‘By this time a crowd had gathered, and they all watched as she straightened up soggily with the strange bird.’