Inundating synonyms

I have known freshets in March to inundate the country for miles.

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A wave—it was like that—a wave of strong self-possession seemed to inundate him.

In 2012, The New York Times reported:"In 2009, nearly a quarter of shoppers started research for an online purchase on a search engine like Google and 18 percent started on Amazon, according to a Forrester Research study.

By last year, almost a third started on Amazon and just 13 percent on a search engine.

Here rain would render the ground impassable, and inundate the country.

“In a too often sterile and ugly world, we need someone to come along regularly and remind us that essentially we all inhabit the same strange and ridiculous reality and that it’s the odder details that are worth laughing at or crying along to.“If Blackwell reminds me of any other songwriter, it has to be Jonathan Richman above all – simply incapable of taking himself seriously, or for that matter of taking himself any one way at any one time.”“The increased emphasis on guitars means that Urge for Offal is a considerably more accessible album for newcomers to HMHB and that’s no bad thing, as they deserve to finally have recognition as one of the UK’s greatest bands.”“During the recent World Series, viewers were subjected to a 30 second U2 spot during each commercial break.

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