Definition of Deluging

1. Verb. (present participle of deluge) ¹



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Definition of Deluging

1. deluge [v] - See also: deluge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deluging

delts
delubrum
delubrums
deludable
delude
deluded
deludedly
deluder
deluders
deludes
deluding
deludingly
deluge
deluged
deluges
deluging (current term)
delundung
delusion
delusion of control
delusion of grandeur
delusion of negation
delusion of persecution
delusion of reference
delusional
delusional parasitosis
delusional powers or abilities
delusionally
delusionary

Literary usage of Deluging

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1. American Politics (non-partisan) from the Beginning to Date: Embodying a by Thomas Valentine Cooper (1892)
"... to open a channel for an increase of exports should simply succeed in making way for a deluging inflow of fabrics to the destruction of home industry. ..."

2. History of the Development of Constitutional and Civil Liberty: Being a by Martin Ferdinand Morris (1898)
"... Equality by bringing to the scaffold all that was good and great in France, and Fraternity by deluging the land with civil strife and bloodshed. ..."

3. Christianity and Modern Infidelity: Their Relative Intellectual Claims Compared by Williams Morgan (1859)
"Within the last six years it has again been attempted to make it the law of the State, and such attempt was only crushed by deluging the streets of Paris ..."

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