Definition for SOG'GY

SOG'GY, a. [allied probably to soak, – which see; W. soeg and soegi, to steep.]

  1. Wet; filled with water; soft with moisture; as, soggy land. Timber that has imbibed water is said to be soggy.
  2. Steaming with damp. – B. Jonson.

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