Lexicographical Neighbors of Sogging
sogging (current term)
Literary usage of Sogging
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1882)
"sogging, m- Soggy, adj. soaked with wet ; moist ; damp. Bon Jonson, H very Man out of Humour, Act 1П. sect. ii. : 'The warping condition of this green and ..."
2. Reprinted Glossaries by Walter William Skeat (1879)
"EH] sogging. Soaking. ' If such wet clay-land had . . . lain sogging in the wet.'—p. 50. ..."
3. A Glossary of Words Used in South-west Lincolnshire: (Wapentake of Graffoe) by Robert Eden George Cole (1886)
"SOFTNESS, z».—Foolishness. Such softness ! ye shan't do nowt o' sort. sogging, adj.—Said of anything heavy; as " My word, it is a sogging ..."
4. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1854)
"He has, with vehement literalness, with almost Dantesque gusto, do- scribed the debasing and degrading practice of sogging in the army, the distresses of ..."
5. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1882)
"... drainage-spout, and side brooklet, and sogging river. They are stained a thick orange colour by the washings that have yielded tin and copper. ..."
6. All the Year Round: A Weekly Journal by Charles Dickens (1886)
"So he ultimately comes to the sogging-post. The same book mentions the case of another venerable burglar, of the name of Shrimpton. ..."