Definition of soddenness in English:

soddenness

noun

See sodden

‘A woman next to me said, ‘I love its soddenness, its mundanity.’
  • ‘Turning soddenness into a virtue, the plan would channel water into dozens of brooks and reflecting pools, waterfalls and wetlands.’
  • ‘In the monsoon's soddenness, often it's hard to drink enough water.’
  • ‘It's on a dead-end street, the ball field is practically unusable due to soil soddenness.’
  • ‘But I'm definitely not commenting on any soddenness in the writing itself, just painfully reviewing the sad state of our books after our first ever flooding a week or so ago.’