drown

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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 ?
Besides, why should we want to shoot you when you have just offered to drown yourself?
Now, then, what we have to do is to hoist the redskin on to it and leave her here to drown.
I determined to try if a good swimmer could drown himself.
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A 40-year-old Pakistani man drowns himself at his swimming pool in Dubai due to financial debt.
During the first day of swimming class at school, she panics in the deep end and nearly drowns, but is pulled out by her teacher.
After witnessing the tragic aftermath of a neighbor's child drowning in 1966, I vowed to do everything possible to ensure that Not One More Child Drowns," says Harvey Barnett, Ph.
For every child who drowns, another four children receive emergency care for non-fatal submersion injuries, which can result in brain damage and long-term disabilities including memory problems, learning disabilities and permanent loss of basic functioning, that is, a permanent vegetative state.
Jenna's brother Benjie mysteriously drowns and Jenna feels responsible.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for every child who drowns, six more children are involved in near-drowning incidents.
For every child who drowns in a pool tragedy, as many as 10 or more survive accidental falls because they have taken swim lessons.