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    1. Establish a regular, relaxing bedtime routine such as soaking in a hot bath or hot tub and then reading a book or listening to soothing music

    2. Some studies suggest that soaking in hot water (such as a hot tub or bath) before retiring to bed can ease the transition into deeper sleep, but it should be done early enough that you are no longer sweating or over-heated

    3. If there is a drought, it is better, rather than sprinkling lightly, to water twice a week, soaking the soil to a minimum of 4 inches, or not at all, for shallow watering causes roots to spread out near the top where they will be baked by the sun, becoming unable to withstand drought

    4. Despite my screaming bruises and the blood soaking across my tattered face, I managed to spring up and land astride Robbie’s chest

    5. He lay there watching her sleep, soaking in the scent of her, and remembering the evening before

    6. The water is starting to sweep across the deck, a surge of chilly water washes over the top of my boots, soaking my socks … urghhh!

    7. A shivering fit brings him to his senses soon enough though and, with a filthy look in my direction, he goes off into a corner of the room to divest himself of his soaking clothes while I do the same by the fire

    8. Goodness knows what state our boots will be in tomorrow after their soaking

    9. Whether it was the preparation of a new meal, or a more efficient method to perform an already familiar task, they were like sponges soaking up the attentions and instructions of their parents and Great-uncle

    10. Roman stood with eyes shut and punch dripping down his face, soaking

    11. She just sat there, soaking in the sun, staring up at the second floor balcony

    12. Ask God daily to fill you with a fresh awareness of the Spirit and spend time soaking in his presence

    13. no more bandits, and arrived soaking but in relatively

    14. removed his boots and was soaking his feet in the

    15. and soaking his heels in the cool water

    16. But she better take action now or she’ll end up soaking her in a pot of

    17. The mist from the waterfall soaking his back

    18. I could feel tears slide down His face, soaking my robe

    19. Dotted around were people, some with their trouser legs rolled up or skirts hitched up above their knees; couples soaking up the sun together or rolled in an intimate embrace

    20. She kissed and hugged her and reassured her that she was in safe hands before hurrying to fill a hot mustard bath, so that within minutes Rosemary was stripped and soaking to bring some warmth back to her chilled bones

    21. The wind and rain blowing and coming down soaking us and by this time we were all tired and hungry and more than a little pissed off

    22. Helen came round the table and sat down next to me she took me in her arms like a child and my head led on her bust as my tears wet and stained her dressing gown soaking through to her nightdress below

    23. She was Queen of the Fireplace, stretching out in front of the glass window and soaking up the warmth the gas flames gave off

    24. Also can be used by soaking a cloth in the infusion and putting over the eye until you eye feels better

    25. Her clothes were soaking wet and her backside was numb with cold

    26. straight to the bathtub, poured some nice hot water, and got my shoes off, placing my feet in the water for a good soaking

    27. Pirate could feel and even smell the soaking trail of dog�s spit all over his face

    28. Kay stood on the keep’s front steps, her heart thundering in nervousness, soaking in the warmth of the brilliant afternoon sunshine

    29. The nurse picked up a cloth already soaking in a tray on the night table near the bed

    30. It wasn’t going to be easy to tell her that this incident was the final straw; hopefully a good soaking under a hot spray would calm her down somewhat

    31. A wave crashed over the side of the boat, soaking them all

    32. While he was still soaking, Elizabeth came in and took away his grimy clothes

    33. As they forged the river, Beth noted that the water rose above the rider’s knees, soaking his pants

    34. Amonas looked around him, soaking up his surroundings

    35. She was a frail little thing who looked all of 60lbs soaking wet

    36. entrance of her soaking wet pussy

    37. The card was soaking wet, but the numbers were

    38. I loosened my grip over my daughter’s face, which was now soaking wet in her tears

    39. The drops turn into a stream of water, and soon water gushes out of the tank, splattering all over the slab, soaking the bottom of Reggie’s pants

    40. About this time a soaking wet Silpitocle presented himself

    41. missed the hockey match and as a soaking sheet came walking

    42. candidate for a soaking as he passed and before long he was

    43. Both my brothers found it hard to control their blood oozing through their hands soaking their clothes, I had struck deep, nearly into bone, but I hadn’t intended to kill, I was my father’s daughter in the end, and killing my brothers was unfathomable

    44. I read it again, still soaking in all the information he was giving me

    45. aspirin he had left, and then soaking the willow bark in a solution of

    46. to a final soaking before cooking

    47. He slowly rotated in place, soaking up the power and taking in the panoramic view of dozens of volcanoes extending to the horizon in all directions

    48. In clear violation of the regulations, Court threw down the microphone and ran out of mobile into the soaking rain

    49. Judah and Moshe contented themselves for a good part of the early morning soaking up the

    50. They had to rest for a while before they were forced to move away from the stream of water that was soaking them

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    Synonyms for "soaking"

    soak soaking drenching souse sousing soakage dripping sopping bath shower showering immersion

    "soaking" definitions

    the process of becoming softened and saturated as a consequence of being immersed in water (or other liquid)

    the act of making something completely wet

    washing something by allowing it to soak

    extremely wet