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Definition of "deluging" [deluging]

  • Present participle of deluge. (verb)

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Use "deluging" in a sentence
  • "Housing industry analysts have credited HAMP with slowing the pace of foreclosures and preventing them from deluging the housing market."
  • "Even with the center of the storm so distant, bands of rain on the edge of its rotation were deluging communities like Woodstown hundreds of miles away, with six to 12 inches of rain."
  • "It is understandable why a billionaire like Bloomberg would calculate that deluging his opponents with money would be worth it to secure the most high-profile and influential municipal office in the nation, but why would someone spend millions of dollars to become, say, one of 51 City Councilmembers?"
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