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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of deluge.

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Examples

  • -- a flood of emails, faxes, and phone calls deluged Capitol Hill offices.

    Jonathan Rintels: Stunning Development on Capitol Hill: Public Nearly Wins!

  • The Public Editor's office, by the way, reported to me that they were "deluged" with complaints after that first ad drop.

    Who Is Funding Distribution Of DVDs About Radical Islam In Campaign Home Stretch?

  • This woman actually had to be rescued because so much rain kind of deluged this particular apartment complex. 26 other people had to be brought to safety from the flooding in that apartment complex.

    CNN Transcript Sep 20, 2009

  • Afterward, the site was "deluged" with comments and "swarms and swarms" of hate mail, Mr. Erickson says.

    Paul's Supporters Clash With Media

  • A couple of months ago when Deborah Howell was "deluged" with "uncivilized" comments about her failure to correct a blatant misrepresentation, the Washington Post ombudsman and others had a shrieking fit of the vapors and spent days on the fainting couch mumbling incoherently about the rude insults they had to endure.

    Hullabaloo

  • She said she has been "deluged" with positive feedback.

    SplicedFeed

  • She said she has been "deluged" with positive feedback.

    SplicedFeed

  • Apple has been "deluged" with inquiries about the system, which utilizes a custom-built shell that encases the iPod touch and adds a barcode scanner and magnetic stripe reader to it.

    AppleInsider

  • She said she has been "deluged" with positive feedback.

    SplicedFeed

  • She said she has been "deluged" with positive feedback.

    SplicedFeed

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