Definition of Flooding

1. Noun. A technique used in behavior therapy; client is flooded with experiences of a particular kind until becoming either averse to them or numbed to them.

Exact synonyms: Implosion Therapy
Generic synonyms: Behavior Modification, Behavior Therapy
Derivative terms: Flood



Definition of Flooding

1. n. The filling or covering with water or other fluid; overflow; inundation; the filling anything to excess.

Definition of Flooding

1. Verb. (present participle of flood) ¹

2. Noun. An act of flooding; a flood or gush. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Flooding

1. flood [v] - See also: flood

Medical Definition of Flooding

1. The filling or covering with water or other fluid; overflow; inundation; the filling anything to excess. 2. An abnormal or excessive discharge of blood from the uterus. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flooding

flood plain
flood plains
flood stage
flood test
flood tide
flood tides
floodable
floodage
flooded
flooded gum
flooder
flooders
floodgate
floodgates
floodhead
flooding (current term)
floodings
floodlight
floodlighted
floodlighting
floodlights
floodlike
floodlit
floodmark
floodmarks
floodplain
floodplains
floodproof
floodproofed
floodproofing

Literary usage of Flooding

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1. The Police Power, Public Policy and Constitutional Rights by Ernst Freund (1904)
"It seems to be assumed that the flooding of other lands may be a necessary incident to the maintenance of a mill dam. It is somewhat inconsistent with this ..."

2. The Police Power, Public Policy and Constitutional Rights by Ernst Freund (1904)
"It seems to be assumed that the flooding of other lands may be a necessary incident to the maintenance of a mill dam. It is somewhat inconsistent with this ..."

3. Opportunity 2000: Creative Affirmative Action Strategies for a Changing (1988)
"Inert gases, such as nitrogen, can also be used for gas flooding. ... Hydrocarbon gas flooding is economical when there is a large supply of available ..."

4. Water Resources, Present and Future Uses by Frederick Haynes Newell (1920)
"The various methods employed can be classified in general under one of three ways— flooding, furrows, or subirrigation. flooding. The irrigator in flooding ..."

5. A Compendious system of midwifery: Chiefly Designed to Facilitate the by William Dewees (1853)
"Of flooding After the Expulsion of the Placenta. 1187. When the placenta has been expelled, and is followed by flooding, the mode of proceeding is so ..."

6. Irrigation Engineering by Arthur Powell Davis, Herbert Michael Wilson (1919)
"The usual methods of applying water to land may be divided into two general systems namely: the flooding system and the furrow system. ..."

7. On the theory and practice of midwifery by Fleetwood Churchill, David Francis Condie (1862)
"flooding. 665. THERE is no deviation from the ordinary course of labor so trying to the medical attendant as flooding ; not only on account of the imminent ..."

8. Irrigation Engineering by Arthur Powell Davis, Herbert Michael Wilson (1919)
"The usual methods of applying water to land may be divided into two general systems namely: the flooding system and the furrow system. ..."

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