Definition of "swamping" [swamping]

  • Present participle of swamp. (verb)
  • An act of swamping (drenching or filling with water). (noun)

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Use "swamping" in a sentence
  • "That provoked at least one commentator to recall Blunkett's use of the emotive term "swamping" nearly a decade ago to describe pressure from asylum seekers to be housed in new accommodation centres on local GP surgeries and schools."
  • "It resonated with the orb's magical signature, and Kamahl knew he had found the source of the magical call swamping his senses."
  • "Bone-chilling conditions prompted distress calls swamping customer service representatives on Friday, Jan. 16, at the AAA Call Center, just south of downtown Dayton."