Definition of Flood:
Arrive in large quantities or quantities.
Cover or wet with water (a place or area).
Abundant amounts of water exceed normal levels, especially on land that is generally dry.
Summary for projector.
A wave of tears or emotion.
Temporary flooding in areas that are usually dry due to overflow bodies, abnormal construction, runoff or erosion or abnormal damage to the coast. Floods can also cause mudslides due to the accumulation of groundwater.
Synonyms of Flood
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How to use Flood in a sentence?
- The dam broke and a small town was flooded.
- Sunlight filled the window.
- Floodlights in the rain caused white smoke to glow in the broken light.
- Flood barrier
- Rose began to cry and sob like she had never seen before.
Meaning of Flood & Flood Definition