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See definition of waterlog on Dictionary.com
  • as inmoisten
  • as insaturate
  • as insoak
  • as insouse
  • as insteep
  • as inswamp

synonyms for waterlog

  • dampen
  • drench
  • rinse
  • saturate
  • soak
  • sprinkle
  • squirt
  • steam
  • wash
  • wet
  • bathe
  • bedew
  • dip
  • humidify
  • lick
  • mist
  • moisturize
  • shower
  • sop
  • splash
  • splatter
  • spray
  • steep
  • water
  • rain on
  • sog
  • water down
See also synonyms for: waterlogged
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antonyms for waterlog

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  • dehydrate
  • dry
  • underwhelm
  • pass up
  • float
  • dry
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How to use waterlog in a sentence

Two were lateeners, one a schooner, two cutters, and the sixth was the "Waterlog."
THE SWAN AND HER CREWGEORGE CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
Her name was the Waterlily, but she was facetiously christened and universally called the "Waterlog."
THE SWAN AND HER CREWGEORGE CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
Frank saw the wisdom of this advice, and as he followed it, the "Waterlog" shot forward and gained a little upon the schooner.
THE SWAN AND HER CREWGEORGE CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
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WORDS RELATED TO WATERLOG

  • bathe
  • bedew
  • dampen
  • dip
  • drench
  • humidify
  • lick
  • mist
  • moisturize
  • rain on
  • rinse
  • saturate
  • shower
  • soak
  • sog
  • sop
  • splash
  • splatter
  • spray
  • sprinkle
  • squirt
  • steam
  • steep
  • wash
  • water
  • water down
  • waterlog
  • wet
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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