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What does soaked to the bone mean?


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soaked to the bone

The phrase to be soaked to the bone means to be completely wet or drenched.

Another variation of this idiom is:

soaked to the skin

Example(s):

It was raining cats and dogs. We knew we would be soaked to the bone, but we had to walk on to arrive on time to our destination.

This idiom is in the parts of the body category


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