Antonyms for soak
This page is about all possible antonyms and opposite words for the term soak.
soak, soakage, soaking(noun)
the process of becoming softened and saturated as a consequence of being immersed in water (or other liquid)
"a good soak put life back in the wagon"
washing something by allowing it to soak
submerge in a liquid
"I soaked in the hot tub for an hour"
overcharge, soak, surcharge, gazump, fleece, plume, pluck, rob, hook(verb)
rip off; ask an unreasonable price
crochet, pride, hook, nobble, dress, congratulate, cull, abstract, preen, glom, douse, sneak, rob, drench, hit it up, lift, displume, pick off, pilfer, roll, swipe, surcharge, overcharge, pull off, cop, accost, souse, pull, pawn, deplume, gazump, hustle, solicit, snare, dowse, snarf, shear, plunk, plume, pluck, primp, snitch, hock, tweak, pinch, filch, knock off, purloin, pick, deplumate, overload, thieve, sop, addict, cabbage, imbue, inebriate, tear, fleece, intoxicate
drench, douse, dowse, soak, sop, souse(verb)
cover with liquid; pour liquid onto
"souse water on his hot face"
hock, fleece, imbue, plume, duck, inebriate, surcharge, hit it up, dowse, rob, dunk, hook, soak through, pluck, drench, put out, souse, sop, dip, swamp, gazump, intoxicate, pawn, overcharge, douse, plunge, imbrue
pawn, soak, hock(verb)
leave as a guarantee in return for money
"pawn your grandfather's gold watch"
intoxicate, soak, inebriate(verb)
make drunk (with alcoholic drinks)
tickle pink, fleece, hit it up, uplift, imbue, surcharge, elate, thrill, inebriate, hook, souse, pluck, dowse, drench, exalt, overcharge, sop, hock, gazump, lift up, pawn, pick up, rob, intoxicate, douse, exhilarate, plume, beatify
souse, soak, inebriate, hit it up(verb)
become drunk or drink excessively
tickle pink, fleece, hit it up, imbue, surcharge, souse, dowse, rob, inebriate, hook, dunk, pluck, thrill, plunge, hock, exalt, overcharge, sop, dip, gazump, intoxicate, pawn, drench, douse, exhilarate, plume, beatify
fill, soak, or imbue totally
"soak the bandage with disinfectant"
fleece, hit it up, surcharge, riddle, dowse, permeate, inebriate, hook, souse, pluck, penetrate, drench, overcharge, sop, imbue, diffuse, hock, gazump, intoxicate, pawn, rob, douse, pervade, plume, hue, interpenetrate
heat a metal prior to working it
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How to use soak in a sentence?
I took the time to appreciate the little things, in every city I went, I took time to sit and soak in sights.
The systemic opposition is not an opposition, but different factions of the ruling party, they work to soak up social discontent.
Dry shampoos use powder, starch, or talc to soak up oil, and none of those ingredients directly impact the ability of follicles to grow new hair.
Please do come to Myanmar, soak in an atmosphere brimming with opportunities and witness our new-found economic vibrancy with your own eyes.
It wouldn't only be my biggest achievement, it would be the toughest as well, i ain't getting any younger, I wouldn't say I'm past it yet, but you have to bear in mind I'll be 35 next month and I'm riding around with superkids like Ethan( Hayter), who can literally do twice my workload and still soak it up better.
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