Her crests and peaks, her vales and plains, lie white and whelmed with snow.
The next instant he was whelmed in the avalanche of her words.
In another moment Bax was whelmed in spray and knee-deep in rushing water.
The other or eastern end of the isle was whelmed in the blackest shade.
The rider in that cariole is so whelmed in furs as to be absolutely invisible.
All the flowers, with which you are whelmed in profusion, will one day bear fruit.
It looked as though a match-factory had been whelmed by a landslip.
The apprehension was whelmed in the possessing movement with which he drew me to his breast.
How can I, whelmed by a flux of talk, meditate upon the Way?'
All the thunder of heaven could not have whelmed me like those words.