whelm[ hwelm, welm ]SEE DEFINITION OF whelm
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHELM
He wanted to whelm his senses in their perfume, and closed his eyes.
Why whelm they that light under a bushel which ought to stand on a candlestick?
To acquire the reputation of a great warrior, he was willing to whelm provinces in blood.
The Scots were riding forward to whelm him when Brian's men drove down with a wild yell and smote the length of their flank.
That canst not lift thy head above the waves Which whelm and sink thee down!
Far be it from the Judge of all the earth to whelm the innocent and guilty in the same destruction!
The envious billows sidelong swell to whelm my track; let them; but first I pass.