resembling soup in consistency: soupy oatmeal.
very thick; dense: a soupy fog.
Informal. overly sentimental; mawkish: soupy love scenes.
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How to use soupy in a sentence
Upper 80s and low 90s, plus soupy humidity, is enough in most spots for plentiful shower and thunderstorm activity, which continues into and through the evening.PM Update: Scattered strong storms may produce flooding through evening | Ian Livingston | August 5, 2022 | Washington Post
The thick fish smell wafted through the soupy air, and my skin went clammy.
Comedian soupy Sales, pioneer of the pie-in-the-face prank, died Thursday at age 83.
Watch video of others who took a cream pie to the noggin after soupy set the standard.
Well, if you ask ME, I'm glad you started off with it—this soupy stuff'd be the mischief to get away with with a fork.Missy | Dana Gatlin
Lockhart brought the Magellan down gradually, closer, closer, and finally sank it into the soupy atmosphere of Venus.The Secret of the Ninth Planet | Donald Allen Wollheim
On one occasion he was ordered with his own troops and a body of Marathas to capture the little fort of soupy.Three Frenchmen in Bengal | S.C. Hill
Where he broke it away oozed a soupy liquid full of tiny maggots in a delirium of feasting.The Forgotten Planet | Murray Leinster
They had plunged into very soupy weather with low clouds and some wind.A Yankee Flier in Italy | Rutherford G. Montgomery
British Dictionary definitions for soupy
having the appearance or consistency of soup
informal, mainly US and Canadian emotional or sentimental
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