soapy

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From soap +‎ -y. Compare German Low German sepig (soapy), German seifig (soapy), Swedish såpig (soapy).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

soapy (comparative soapier, superlative soapiest)

  1. Resembling soap.
    a soapy taste
  2. Resembling a soap opera.
  3. Full of soap.
    soapy water
  4. Covered in soap.
    His skin was still soapy after the shower.
  5. (dated) Committing or involving flattery.

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