Next we see him stretched out by a tiny fire, pulling off sodden boots, thick socks caked with dirty water which has started to harden.
Eat not of it raw, nor sodden at all with water, but roast with fire.
Mike looked out of the door at the sodden figure dancing joyously in the water from the sprinklers.
Dew soaked grass and rain sodden leaves stubbornly refuse to give up their moisture, allowing the walker to squelch his way across the murky landscape.
The boy watched with curiosity as the burnt, sodden pieces of wood peeked out of the water, unmoving.
The fields, hillsides and dips in the land were freshly green from recent rain, occasionally dotted with brick houses or sheep, marked out in plots with fences, grey sodden hedges or small trees.
Disappointment was the order of the day on Saturday last, as the planned Teddy Bears Picnic has to be called off due to a downpour on Friday night, which left the park in a dangerous and sodden condition.
I found the sodden mess in the laundry, saturated to the point where I tried to put them on, but for fear of contracting instantaneous pneumonia I decided against it.
The surface was playable but a sodden pitch ensured passes either held up in standing water or skidded off the wet.
After six hours the pump had done its job, and there was a slushy sodden mass of tree-seeds and brackish water, and the pump was making a sound like a Jarvik heart filled with oatmeal.