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Definition of "inundated" []

  • To cover completely with water; overflow; flood; swamp (verb)
  • To overwhelm, as if with a flood (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of inundate. (verb)

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  • Flooded (adjective)

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Use "inundated" in a sentence
  • "While these barriers may protect the city from future floods, buildings whose lower levels are already submerged will remain inundated, continuing to rot at their foundations."
  • "According to our author, who foresaw "No Man's Land" between the two opposing forces, "there will be formed a certain zone absolutely impassable in consequence of the terrible fire with which it will be inundated from a short distance from each side.""
  • "Farewell, the future in which a semi-imperial coronet hand gleamed! even that where a cascade of gold coin inundated the new Danae."
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