[ US /ˈfɫədəd, ˈfɫədɪd/ ]
[ UK /flˈʌdɪd/ ]
  1. covered with water
    a flooded bathroom
    the main deck was afloat (or awash)
    an overflowing tub
    inundated farmlands
    the monsoon left the whole place awash
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How To Use flooded In A Sentence

  • The rise of sea levels with the release of glacial waters at the end of the last ice age flooded the plain between what is now the UK and Europe.
  • I passed plunging gorges, streams in spate, riverbanks ripped open, fields flooded, a brown soup drowning the track.
  • What if a hijacked plane hit a nuclear power plant, what if bioterrorists infected burger bars, what if we were flooded with smallpox?
  • About 7 o'clock tonight, we had a whopping great thunderstorm with accompanying light show, and the flipping garage got flooded again!
  • The birds occupy a range of wetland habitats: lakes, rivers, reedbeds, sedge fens, marsh dykes, ponds, flooded gravel pits and meres.
  • The fields were flooded with the heavy rain.
  • The heavy spring rain has flooded out the ground floor of the hotel.
  • This lack of action may also trigger some legal action from insurance companies in an attempt to recoup cash paid out to flooded households. Times, Sunday Times
  • As Tunisians flooded Lampedusa earlier this month, Italian Interior Minister Roberto Maroni, of the anti-immigrant Northern League, stoked fears that terrorists and al-Qaida supporters could have mingled among what he described as a "biblical exodus" of migrants. The Seattle Times
  • Even now he is flooded with offers, still he has resolved to keep off since he is averse to writing songs for set tunes.
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