What is another word for soaked up?

149 synonyms found


[ sˈə͡ʊkt ˈʌp], [ sˈə‍ʊkt ˈʌp], [ s_ˈəʊ_k_t ˈʌ_p]

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How to use "Soaked up" in context?

The word "soaked" is derived from the Old English word "snoten", meaning to soak or fill up. When we say someone is soaked through, we mean they are completely wet. If a piece of clothing is soaked through, it means it's been completely drenched. If something is soaked through with water, it means it has been submerged in water.

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