drown[ droun ]SEE DEFINITION OF drown
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DROWN
That was why she had made such a noise about it, in order to drown these words.
But are you voluble enough to drown all sense in a torrent of words?
Were we to drown the world with them, could the world blame us?
Peter might not be dead; what should he say to Margaret if he left him there to drown?
Stryker had befriended him indeed, had he permitted him to drown.
But he did not drown, for a Triton came his way who took him along with him to the dragon-castle.
"Drown him in the new butt of Moselle," recommended Rudesheimer.
The blind man bawled, as if he wished to drown the sound of speech.
In the end they'll be killed or will drown for lack of water as these first ones did.
Divide it and try to sell it piecemeal, and do not drown yourself.