Spongy

Spon"gy

(spn"j), a. 1. Soft, and full of cavities; of an open, loose, pliable texture; as, a spongy excrescence; spongy earth; spongy cake; spongy bones.
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2. Wet; drenched; soaked and soft, like sponge; rainy. "Spongy April." Shak.
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3. Having the quality of imbibing fluids, like a sponge.
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Spongy lead (Chem.), sponge lead. See under Sponge. -- Spongy platinum. See under Platinum.
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