Prepositions after "drench"
drench in, with, by, at or from?
|In 77% of cases drench in is used|
|I was drenched in my own blood.|
|It's done, and you're drenched in sweat.|
|SKIN-CANCER: Rub skin with cotton drenched in vinegar until it turns red.|
|Besides, riding motorbike is bit risky and you can also get drenched in unexpected rains.|
|MALARIA: Take a big spoon of fluid quinine every day and cover the head with a cloth drenched in vinegar.|
|It's understandable how the Canadian example must appeal when the public accounts are drenched in red ink.|
|It is very different from parts of Delhi or Mumbai, which are drenched in history and the footprints of diverse races.|
|The rugged cliffs are a dramatic feature of these seven gems of the Atlantic which are drenched in sun most of the year.|
|drenched in the rains, the people's only anxiety was to see Nana Addo and hear his flagship message, the free SHS policy.|
|In 15% of cases drench with is used|
|AN EROTIC ELEMENT? Ray's work is drenched with erotic elements and he does not apologise for it.|
|There's lightly fried calamari with brussel sprouts, drenched with lemon, garlic and chilli with a rounded base of aioli.|
|I was drenched with sweat everyday because it was uncomfortable and not to mention the temperature outside is blazing hot which literally could roast you to death.|
|In 4% of cases drench by is used|
|Our answers varied -- No, we were scuba-diving, only we forgot to change clothes; No, we were up in the sky too high and got drenched by the clouds; No, we are Argentinean pearl fishers.|
|In 2% of cases drench at is used|
|We then proceeded to get drenched at the bottom of the Devil's Throat then walk back along the riverside path to the first bus stop opposite the pink hotel.|
|In 2% of cases drench from is used|
|drenched from our underground explorations.|
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