Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inundate.(verb)
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Use "inundates" in a sentence
"President Obama seems to be rushing to make this embrace even tighter: in the last week, the administration announced four new permits for deepwater offshore oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico -- the same type of exploration that led to the BP oil spill disaster - even as a huge new oil sheen covers the Gulf of Mexico and inundates Louisiana beaches."
"I would hypothesize that the leftward movement of America in recent years is a direct result of the multibillion-dollar edifice of wingnut disinformation that inundates us today."
"Senator Kerry inundates us with pronouncements that are economically illiterate."