soaked up in a sentence

I took the sweater off my body and soaked up the mess with my clothes, Deveraux added.”

Until the 15th century, it was customary to eat on a thick slice of stale bread that soaked up the juice, instead of using a dinner plate.

Everybody just loves to come and soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the whole weekend and make a lot of friends,” he said.

The rice will also soak up too much sauce, ruining the flavor balance.

To compare – many Ontario varieties typically soak up 3000 heating units.

Jeva Lange Ted Cruz didn’t just soak up a lot of applause for slamming the CNBC moderators.

And here is your chance to soak up all that history, architecture and culture, free of charge!

It’s theoretically possible to build so much housing that you soak up the demand from the upper class.

Also, spandex materials are often used as base layers to soak up sweat.

So slip into relax mode, friend, take a drag and pour a stiff one, lay back and soak up one of Australia’s very real musical greats.

The mind tries to soak up the inspiring insights but the brain’s existing beliefs block the new knowledge.

She continued to soak up information and teach herself, and eventually landed an IT job with a big company.

The trip gave the first lady, who is traveling without her husband, a chance to soak up some of Asia’s rich culture.

The modern dinner plate is a fairly recent development, until the 15th century, it was customary to eat on a thick slice of stale bread that soaked up the juice.