Definition of "inundating" []

  • To cover completely with water; overflow; flood; swamp (verb)
  • To overwhelm, as if with a flood (verb)
  • Present participle of inundate. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "inundating" in a sentence
  • "I find it interesting, even amusing, that the Gringo folks who, in inundating San Miguel, making it the odd touristy bird that it is, get angry when kindred souls follow in their tracks, sometimes asking perfectly reasonable questions, like where art can be purchased or wanting to take photographs."
  • "They contend that unless the rules are changed, insurers will be tempted to cut broker fees, driving many out of business and inundating state regulators with questions from consumers."
  • "James Powers, president of Sibley's medical staff, wrote in the current Sibley staff newsletter that staff worried that "high-powered specialists from Baltimore will be inundating us with their presence, or that there will be a giant sucking noise created by patients being drained over to our sister city in Maryland.""
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