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Definition of "soaker" [soak•er]

  • One who, or that which, soaks. (noun)
  • A person suffering from alcoholism. (noun)
  • A kind of knitted woollen diaper. (noun)

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Use "soaker" in a sentence
  • "The recipe calls for two pre-doughs, a biga (Italian bread starter), which has to be refrigerated overnight, and a soaker, which is some of the flour (in this case-- it can also be whole grains) with liquid and sometimes a little salt."
  • "The night before you want to bake, combine all the "soaker" ingredients in a small bowl."
  • "One day he received a "soaker" of a snowball in his left ear while hurrying to the gymnasium."