[ UK /flˈʌdɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈfɫədɪŋ/ ]
  1. a technique used in behavior therapy; client is flooded with experiences of a particular kind until becoming either averse to them or numbed to them
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How To Use flooding In A Sentence

  • The abrupt facies shift, bioturbation and cemented nature of the surfaces suggests that they represent marine flooding surfaces, formed during a rapid rise in relative sea level and/or a reduction in sediment supply.
  • Areas prone to flooding will suffer terribly as sea levels rise over the next century.
  • Some of these isolated populations are subject to predation, others to starvation, flooding, severe winters or summer drought.
  • The new flood map allows homeowners and businesses to see if their property is at risk from potential flooding.
  • It said the flood walls and embankments being proposed would vary in height between one and 1.8 metres and protect most of the village, including the A166, against a one in 100-year flooding event.
  • Flooding and floating affecting the appearances and the effect of latex paint and film were investigated.
  • Accordingly, in our view the flooding of the land did not extinguish native title.
  • The heavy rain since Thursday has also caused flooding in many other parts of the city, inundating thousands of buildings.
  • The village has been buffeted by mudflows, landslides, river debris, flooding and earthquakes.
  • The zombies mount attacks by flooding servers with traffic til they can't cope.
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