Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of drownd.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • You have to admire that "drownded," which in its self-conscious ungrammaticality embodies precisely the overall tonality of self-righteous indignation.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • You have to admire that "drownded," which in its self-conscious ungrammaticality embodies precisely the overall tonality of self-righteous indignation.

    When The Ship Comes In

  • So he told her how he was "drownded" and how a lady had saved his life.

    Beatrice

  • An 'if it ain't the devil it's the ghost of a drownded man.

    CHAPTER XXXV

  • He told Washington on August 27 that his men were out of provisions, and “We have been almost drownded here being threatened wt. a second deluge,” the rains spreading “great sickness among my people,” and making the rivers too high for Innes and his men to cross.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The ones that come aboard off the Horn, sir, the three drownded sailors.

    CHAPTER L

  • He told Washington on August 27 that his men were out of provisions, and “We have been almost drownded here being threatened wt. a second deluge,” the rains spreading “great sickness among my people,” and making the rivers too high for Innes and his men to cross.

    George Washington’s First War

  • They come aboard right over the bows, an 'they moved slow like drownded men.

    CHAPTER XXXV

  • He told Washington on August 27 that his men were out of provisions, and “We have been almost drownded here being threatened wt. a second deluge,” the rains spreading “great sickness among my people,” and making the rivers too high for Innes and his men to cross.

    George Washington’s First War

  • He told Washington on August 27 that his men were out of provisions, and “We have been almost drownded here being threatened wt. a second deluge,” the rains spreading “great sickness among my people,” and making the rivers too high for Innes and his men to cross.

    George Washington’s First War

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  • "The ship sank and the crew was drownded." AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGH!

    February 9, 2007

  • that's not even a GOOD use of a BAD word! fingernails on the chalkboard....

    January 17, 2008

  • The neighborhood bully was drownded

    by his victims, who later were grounded,

    by their parents, by journalists hounded.

    Satanic rite rumors? Unfounded!

    Relief at his demise? Unbounded.

    January 17, 2008

  • Heehee.

    January 17, 2008

  • I enjoy the excellent way you expounded on that theme.

    January 21, 2008