Definition of Inundating

1. Verb. (present participle of inundate) ¹



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Definition of Inundating

1. inundate [v] - See also: inundate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inundating

inulins
inuloid
inulol
inumbrate
inumbrated
inumbrates
inumbrating
inunct
inuncted
inunction
inunctions
inundant
inundate
inundated
inundates
inundating (current term)
inundation
inundation fever
inundations
inundator
inundators
inundatory
inunderstanding
inurbane
inurbanities
inurbanity
inure
inured
inurement
inurements

Literary usage of Inundating

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1. Supplementary Despatches and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of by Arthur Richard Wellesley Wellington (1862)
"... possesses great powers for inundating the country towards Ostend, Bruges, and Dixmude ; but it is only in the winter months that any dependence can be ..."

2. Essay on the military policy and institutions of the British empire by Charles William Pasley (1811)
"... whilst the French have been inundating the country with thousands, in order to paint our conduct and views in the blackest light. ..."

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