Examples of awash in a Sentence
The deck of the boat was almost awash.
the streets were awash from the heavy rains
Recent Examples of awash from the Web
The press is awash in reports about the president's anger, which was quite evident on Monday.
The man caves and patios of Houston are awash with seats removed from the Dome and sold via the county.
One weekend in February, when the Canadiens were in town, the Strip was awash in bleu-blanc-et-rouge for three days.
Our pediatric urgent care clinic is awash in boys and girls complaining of dizziness, nausea and other symptoms as a result of contact sustained in lacrosse and volleyball, two popular sports this time of year.
While Washington is awash with political donations from all manner of interest groups and individuals, there are strict restrictions on foreign donations for political activity.
The Reds, like every other MLB team, are currently awash in cash.
Krypton is awash with political intrigue, and Seg-El’s grandfather, Val-El (Ian McElhinney) is sentenced to death for making a false claim that the planet is going to be attacked.
French newspapers have been awash with commentary supporting or criticizing the letter.
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bathed, bedraggled, doused (also dowsed), drenched, dripping, logged, saturate, saturated, soaked, soaking, sodden, soggy, sopping, soppy, soused, washed, water-soaked, watered, waterlogged, watery, wet;
AWASH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of awash for English Language Learners
: flooded with or covered by water or another liquid
: floating in a large amount of water or another liquid
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