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inundation

noun as in deluge

Strong matches

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The imagery shows the massive amount of storm surge inundation as the marshland was overrun by ocean water.

It’s becoming clear, they say, that Ida’s danger extends well beyond the inundation and scattered debris caused by the Category 4 hurricane — since downgraded to a tropical storm washing over parts of Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky.

Across the globe, innumerable cultural sites face storm-related flooding, erosion and inundation from rising seas.

Ways of adaptingAcross the globe, innumerable cultural sites face storm-related flooding, erosion and inundation from rising seas.

With just over 234 million eligible voters, most Americans have received a handful, and those in swing states or in pivotal voting groups are getting clobbered with a total inundation.

Fertile fields, numerous villas and flourishing villages were overwhelmed by the inundation.

At one inundation that occurred about sixty years ago, eighty thousand persons were drowned.

The above is what has been said on the subject of winds and rains, the rising of rivers, and the inundation of plains.

Neither as yet was visible the threatening mass of the inundation.

He therefore bent all the energies of his mind and all the resources of his kingdom to arrest these fresh waves of inundation.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inundation, such as: flood, tide, and torrent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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