Definition for waterlogged (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), wa·ter·logged, wa·ter·log·ging.
verb (used without object), wa·ter·logged, wa·ter·log·ging.
Origin of waterlog
Examples from the Web for waterlogged
But among reams of waterlogged documents, troops wading in water four feet deep spotted Hebrew lettering among the Arabic.
This view from the Kimball Theater shows a waterlogged Colonial Williamsburg.
She sat tolerably high, but rolled with the sickly sluggishness of the waterlogged hulk.The Last Entry|William Clark Russell
It was partly concealed by some lily pads and to the eyes of a casual observer might pass for a waterlogged piece of board.In Pastures Green|Peter McArthur
As she cleared the side of the waterlogged merchantman, the Royal James began to move.The Black Buccaneer|Stephen W. Meader
The boat was very heavy, and owing to her waterlogged condition pulled very hard.The Boy Scouts for Uncle Sam|John Henry Goldfrap
The sky was waterlogged and the grey ceiling, overstrained, had sagged and dropped to the level of the chimneys.The Sea and the Jungle|H. M. Tomlinson