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Spell check of flood

Correct spelling: flood

Synonyms:
drown, gormandize, long-term memory, catch, gorge, top off, pig out, waterspout, flicker, sparkle, glint, saturate, nostalgia, fluoresce, get, line, high tide, glitter, burst, waterfall, engulf, enter, grind, cataclysm, blaze, recall, outpouring, dip, englut, tide, submerge, ingurgitate, memory, superabundance, inundate, deluge, tidal wave, overwhelm, gormandise, dunk, avalanche, reach, burn, feast, string, freshet, overflow, tsunami, barrage, climax, wallow, land, spot, charge, go, weepy, alluvion, drift, draw in, color up, cascade, drain, stuff, cataract, immerse, douse, pattern, engorge, sink, cry, creek, soaker, flare, deepen, rivulet, complex, tear, come in, train, teardrop, outflow, inflate, torrent, glow, rising tide, color, process, flashback, chain reaction, flood tide, watercourse, bath, domino effect, rinse, rash, sweep over, gleam, overspill, alluvium, drench, filter, backfire, bombardment, light, run, blow up, spate, come over, bonanza, fade, current, bathe, flow, idle, jet, photoflood, bore, misty, discharge, concentration, natural spring, stream, inundation, blizzard, cycle, focus, water, shower, imbue, illuminate, heighten, get in, flux, slosh, scintillate, waver, spring, swamp, glare, flash flood, course, flowage, beam, crest, break, flash, cast up, photographic memory, downpour, proceedings, flooded, flush, violent stream, gourmandize, bend, overindulge, sluice, brook, pelter, satiate, burn up, oversupply, onslaught, grow, channel, dazzle, big, flame, alluvial deposit, fountain, cloudburst, rush, fire, gush, dash, cut out, soak, blush, binge, move, tearful, weeping, plunge, reflect, radiate, runoff, radiance, plenty, abundance, grip, river, misty-eyed, short-term memory, floodlight, overeat, recollection, appear, twinkle, alluvial sediment, surge, flood plain, cornucopia, inflation, pump up, engagement, pulse, incandesce, arrive, flood lamp, flood out, overgorge, high water, play, scarf out, shine, wave, Niagara, glut.

Antonyms:
dribble, trickle, drip, drought.

Examples of usage:

1) The boy's afraid, sir, if you don't go soon, that there will be no passing the river at Barnagheela,- the flood is rising every minute. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) The dam's still at the mercy of the next big flood. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) He had had flood and frost against him, and his money was rapidly running out. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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