inundate[ in-uhn-deyt, -uhn-, in-uhn-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inundate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INUNDATE
I have known freshets in March to inundate the country for miles.
If then, they inundate us with their products, it is because they expect to be inundated with ours.
It was the month of July; the Nile was about to inundate the country.
Do we not hear it said every day, "The foreigner is about to inundate us with his products?"
If they inundate us with their products, it is because they expect to be inundated with ours in return.
And it surged within him all the more, because he could not—as the mother does—inundate all the world with it.
I am willing to inundate you with glories and splendors and lightnings.
A wave—it was like that—a wave of strong self-possession seemed to inundate him.
Here rain would render the ground impassable, and inundate the country.
It is enough that the sea rises or falls by a foot, to inundate vast shores, or to restore them to cultivation and plenty.'