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Synonyms for drown

go down

Synonyms

  • go down
  • go under
  • go to a watery grave
  • go to Davy Jones's locker
  • die under water

Synonyms for drown

Synonyms for drown

cover completely or make imperceptible

get rid of as if by submerging

kill by submerging in water

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be covered with or submerged in a liquid

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References in classic literature ?
No--tell the little boy we are sorry we do not know where his uncle is; but we are quite certain he hasn't been drowned in the sea.
Some forty Uhlans were drowned in the river, though boats were sent to their assistance.
It is a lovely lake, and there is a drowned forest at the bottom of it.
Six months ago, he and the rest of the boat's crew drowned the then captain of the ARLA.
Bertie did not know that it had been especially prepared for the occasion by Captain Malu, and he read therein how on September 21, two boat's crew had fallen overboard and been drowned.
Uncle Stephen was a sailor and he was drowned," said Felicity, "and they say it broke Grandmother King's heart.
Why wert thou not drowned in Yarmouth Roads; killed in the fight when the ship was taken by the Sallee man-of-war; devoured by the wild beasts on the coast of Africa; or drowned HERE, when all the crew perished but thyself?
Six people drowned in Turkey over the weekend as crowds flocked to bodies of water to cool down after a sweltering week.
Two Omanis reportedly drowned at a pool in Maqal village in the province of Wadi Bani Khalid, about 170km east of Muscat.
but instead the poor guy drowned and the camel floated," he said.
SIDON: An 18-year-old scout was found drowned in the Litani River, a police report said on Monday.
For 2002 (the most recent year of complete data), CPSC has reports of 69 children younger than 5 who drowned in bathtubs.
Last month, a 3-year-old girl drowned in a backyard pool in Burbank, where she was swimming with her four siblings.
Prof Crane, the state pathologist for Northern Ireland, said it was a possibility Mr Lubbock drowned.