Definition of soak:
pick off, cull, moisten, beatify, drinker, boozer, body odor, gouge, rob, snarf, pilfer, absorb, alcoholic, lift up, nip, hustle, primp, pluck, imbrue, overload, plunk, delouse, immersion, dunk, imbue, deplume, displume, sousing, sop up, gazump, hook, accept, plunge, juicer, lift, pull, nick, dry, bubble bath, douche, imbibe, overcharge, glom, souse, pinch, squirt, B.O., boozehound, whack, uplift, dip, tweak, clip, exhilarate, alkie, thieve, knock off, sot, tear, roll, steep, ablutions, pawn, percolate, knowledge, interpenetrate, juicehead, merge, addict, bleed, sneak, inebriate, purloin, soakage, dowse, snitch, water, assimilate, hit it up, soaker, wring, soften, sop, drench, congratulate, crochet, skin, wet, exalt, drink, tosspot, diffuse, plop, accost, shear, booze, pick, immerge, solicit, cabbage, bathe, digest, wipe up, dress, pride, riddle, filch, shortchange, hue, cop, hose, elate, douse, guzzle, tipple, honest, pick up, surcharge, put out, plume, register, toper, rip off, tippler, dampen, tank up, fleece, duck, intoxicate, drunkard, scalp, clean up, sodden, deplumate, pull off, cover, hock, drenching, peddle your influence, soak through, nobble, stiff, preen, give, abstract, lush, sink in, dipsomaniac, mop, snare, rummy, thrill, Drugs, tickle pink, take up, soak up, underpay, swipe, bath, soaking.
- flood (part of speech: verb)
- infuse (part of speech: verb)
- "Tangle Hold", F. L. Wallace.
- "A Cotswold Village", J. Arthur Gibbs.
- "You Too Can Be A Millionaire", Noel Miller Loomis.