awash

[ uh-wosh, uh-wawsh ]SEE DEFINITION OF awash

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AWASH

The bull followed, deeper and deeper, till his sides were awash.

Because it's awash an' visible only at the fall o' the spring tides.

She were all awash, though, sir, at high-water this morning!

The boat was some fifty yards from land by now, and was awash in a broken current.

My idea is they used that in the air, when they were running on the surface or just awash.

They was all below when they fired it, Sir, and were just awash when you exploded it.

But at times they were objectionable, especially when the gin was awash in the bilges.

As it was, the ship was awash fore and aft from seas breaking over her.

The conning tower was all out and the oval back of the submarine was awash.

It was a day following a rain, and the streets were awash with yellow mud.

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