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Synonyms for deluge

Synonyms for deluge

an abundant, usually overwhelming flow or fall, as of a river or rain

to affect as if by an outpouring of water

Synonyms for deluge

the rising of a body of water and its overflowing onto normally dry land

fill quickly beyond capacity

charge someone with too many tasks

fill or cover completely, usually with water

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2[degrees]F) * Heat and mass transfer analogy based model to predict deluged finned HX capacity Kreid et al.
While personal e-mail accounts often are deluged with spare, however, most unsolicited commercial messages don't reach work-based e-mail accounts.
AFTER YEAR5 OF inattention, the moon will soon be deluged with mechanical visitors from Earth.
In a letter to customers, New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance said it is being deluged with policy requests because several insurance companies have discontinued or reduced service in the state.
Since the disco opened, owner Rafal Waliczek says he has been deluged with criticism and harassed by plainclothes police officers.
WHEN MOODY'S INVESTOR SERVICES, THE INTERNATIONAL credit rating agency released its first ever report on Cuba in late May, the company was deluged with curious inquiries from media and investors alike.
Both agencies have agreed that referrals to VR will be managed to ensure that the agency is not deluged with TANF referrals.
Usually, the system manager/IT operator is deluged with messages and must manually look through the large amounts of logs to identify problems within a large critical infrastructure.
Hundreds more were left stranded in water up to 6ft deep as vehicles were swept away and shops were deluged by torrents which rose 2ft in just 30 minutes.
The Bath and West agricultural show was deluged, while 20,000 people were left feeling glum when music festival Sunrise Celebration in Yeovil had to be cancelled.
Producers were deluged with e-mails complaining about Russell's new do.
In Peru, cellular provider Tele2000, owned by BellSouth, turned to Western Union to help collect payments after late-paying clients deluged local TeIe2000 offices.
Consumers are deluged with products and processes, such as Propecia, Minoxidil, Avacor and Folligen, lasers and cloning, all promising new, thicker hair.
TERRIFIED residents struggle along a deluged street yesterday desperately clinging to a rope as floods batter large swathes of southern Mexico.
Ryan Kittell, a weather specialist with the National Weather Service, said a storm system was moving toward Southern California that could bring more rain than the storm that deluged the area Christmas Day.