- v. present participle of drown.
- n. An instance of a person or animal drowning.
“Simiulated drowning is not drowning, which would be unnacceptable.”
“Even then higher education was part of the doling government economy, as opposed to the real private enterprise economy, though the analogy I'm going to draw here clearly demonstrates that the doling government economy is a tide that just keeps coming in drowning all in debt.”
“The more commonly current medical definition of drowning is as I gave it.”
“Medically, drowning is not being able to breathe because of liquid impairment.”
“Britain's new Conservative-Liberal-Dem coalition of David Cameron and Nick Clegg vow to slash the monstrous deficit it inherited from the former Blair-Brown Labour government that left Britain drowning in red ink.”
“I mean, people say that drowning is an easy death.”
A transcript of an interview with Tim Winton on Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Enough Rope hosted by Andrew Denton in which Tim discusses many aspects from his life including how he nearly drowned when he was nine and how he avoided the school bullies by telling taller and taller tales
“If the temporary sensation of drowning is torture then how much more tortuous are severe wounds, permanent disfigurations and death resulting from a terrorist spree on a military base under the watch of the current commander-in-chief?”
“Bradford: If the temporary sensation of drowning is torture then how much more tortuous are severe wounds, permanent disfigurations and death resulting from a terrorist spree on a military base under the watch of the current commander-in-chief?”
“It provides suggested questions and possible chants to use in drowning out raucous opponents.”
“The sensation of drowning is pretty clearly the latter.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘drowning’.
The Grim Reaper is so creative.
Created in the midst of my previous list, Nightmares!. I had sick stuff on the brain.
Looking for tweets for drowning.