Verb(1) give a conciliatory gift or bribe to(2) be or become thoroughly soaked or saturated with a liquid(3) dip into liquid(4) cover with liquid; pour liquid onto
Adverb(1) extremely wet
(1) I took him straight back to camp and he took a bag of my shopping with him so the guards would think he had just been down to the shops.(2) The demonstration spilled out of the square, and we started marching up Pride Hill, Shrewsbury's busiest shopping street.(3) An additional escalator will be installed to take people up to the new shopping area.(4) The shopping area in the complex is always open to the public.(5) The shopping promotion runs until the end of August.(6) Look at your eating style and shopping and cooking techniques.(7) He pushed her over so he could steal her bag of shopping , her purse and money, before he fled, leaving her lying injured on the ground.(8) The centre is a big part of Bradford's shopping area so it isn't good that some shops are empty.(9) In Ilford around 80 people marched through the main shopping areas.(10) they were carrying their shopping(11) I did some shopping after work(12) There are several major shopping areas in Newcastle city centre.(13) Then they walked back out to the car, Victoria laden with three bags of shopping , and drove back to the school.(14) The holidays are over, but the post-holiday sales are spurring plenty of shopping activity.(15) So today, I'm walking down the street, carrying a few bags of shopping .(16) Here the tourists fight for seats with the elderly locals, usually weighed down with dozens of bags of shopping .
(1) sop :: stukkie
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1. arid ::
2. dry ::
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