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Example Sentences for "soak"

After the race, the runner soaked his sore feet in warm waterYou need to soak the dried mushrooms in water for a while before you can use them.

After the race, the runner soaked his sore feet in warm water.

We got soaked walking home in the rain.

I left the dishes to soak for a while, so I will do them after the movie is over.

We should really soak the soil around the plants because it is pretty dry.

The blood soaked through the sleeve of his shirt, forming a large stain.

Sandra loves to soak in a hot bath after a long day at work.

A good soak in the hot tub will make you feel a lot better.

During New Year's in Thailand, people throw water at each other, and pretty well everybody gets soaked.

You left your new coat out in the rain, and now it is soaking wet.

There is a Japanese proverb which states that getting money is like digging with a needle, but spending it is like water soaking into the sand.

Abraham Cowley wrote The thirsty earth soaks up the rain.

Marcelene Cox once noted that weather means more when you have a garden. There's nothing like listening to a shower, and thinking how it is soaking in around your green beans.

A human hair is 70 percent easier to cut when soaked in warm water for two minutes.

The modern dinner plate is a fairly recent development; until the 15th century, it was customary to eat on a thick slice of stale bread that soaked up the juice.

Hippos enjoy soaking in the mud; it keeps their skin from drying out.

During winter, Japanese apes find warmth soaking in volcanic hotsprings.

Raw coffee beans, soaked in water and spices, are chewed like candy in many parts of Africa.

Find someone who likes to soak in a hot bathtub.


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