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- adj. Filled with water from rain or rivers.
- adj. Filled with too much fluid.
- adj. : Overwhelmed with too much of something.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of flood.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. covered or overflowing with water.
- adj. filled to overflowing as if with water.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. covered with water
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The waste flooded from a storage reservoir when a retaining wall collapsed.
Two weeks ago, in flooded regions of Pakistan, 99 confirmed cholera cases were reported.
Congrats, can't believe the river was not flooded from the melted snow and rain. congrats on a good day fishing
Heavy rain flooded roads and snarled public transportation throughout Greater New York, creating headaches for morning commuters.
In Mississippi, the state department of environmental quality is urging all residents in flooded regions to have their wells tested for contamination.
I am going to set up a field next season for duck hunting in flooded corn, water maybe a foot deep or so.
Traffic was a mess, and one of the roads in flooded out.
The Broward courthouse recently flooded from a burst pipe, and the taxpayers have no intent to repair it.
Common species in flooded forests are Caraipa grandiflora, Virola surinamensis, Euterpe oleraceae, Ficus pulchella, Mauritia martiana, Symphonia globulifera, and species of Tovomita and Clusia.
The Fox River has once again flooded the Modernist icon and left soiled marble floors and ruined wood paneling.