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To swallow up; overwhelm
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  1. To swallow up; overwhelm
  2. To plunge, as into a gulf
  3. To swallow up or overwhelm by or as if by overflowing and enclosing:
To become swamped; sink in or as in a swamp
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  1. To become swamped; sink in or as in a swamp
  2. To plunge or sink in a swamp, deep water, etc.
  3. An area of low-lying wet or seasonally flooded land, often having trees and dense shrubs or thickets.
To proceed or progress downward, as in rank, pitch, or scale:
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  1. To proceed or progress downward, as in rank, pitch, or scale:
  2. To be related by genetic descent from an individual or individuals in a previous generation:
  3. To slope, extend, or incline downward:
To baptize by submerging in water.
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  1. To baptize by submerging in water.
  2. To engage wholly or deeply; absorb:
  3. To plunge, drop, or dip into or as if into a liquid, esp. so as to cover completely
To become less intense, active, or severe; abate.
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  1. To become less intense, active, or severe; abate.
  2. To move or sink to a lower or normal level:
  3. To tend downward; to become lower; to descend; to sink.
To form (a candle) by repeatedly immersing a wick in melted wax or tallow.
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  1. To form (a candle) by repeatedly immersing a wick in melted wax or tallow.
  2. To color or dye by immersing:
  3. To scoop up by plunging the hand or a receptacle below the surface, as of a liquid; ladle:
To get immersed or drenched
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  1. To get immersed or drenched
  2. (Informal) To put out (a light or fire) quickly
  3. To put out (a light or fire); extinguish:
To move swiftly, especially so as to escape being seen:
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  1. To move swiftly, especially so as to escape being seen:
  2. To lower quickly, especially so as to avoid something:
  3. To push (a person, for example) suddenly under water.
To dip (bread, cake, etc.) into coffee or other liquid before eating it
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  1. To dip (bread, cake, etc.) into coffee or other liquid before eating it
  2. To dip (food) into a liquid food, such as a beverage or sauce, prior to eating:
  3. (Intransitive, basketball) To put the ball directly downward through the hoop while grabbing onto the rim with power.
(Archaic) immerse
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  1. (Archaic) immerse
  2. To plunge or disappear, as in a liquid
To engage wholly or deeply; absorb:
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  1. To engage wholly or deeply; absorb:
  2. To baptize by submerging in water.
  3. To plunge, drop, or dip into or as if into a liquid, esp. so as to cover completely
To plunge or steep in a liquid
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  1. To plunge or steep in a liquid
  2. To attack by swooping down on. Used of a bird of prey.
  3. To become immersed or soaking wet.
To become stuck as in soft ground; bog down
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  1. To become stuck as in soft ground; bog down
  2. To cave in; sink:
  3. To cause to founder
To cause to descend beneath the surface or to the bottom of a liquid:
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  1. To cause to descend beneath the surface or to the bottom of a liquid:
  2. To subside or settle gradually:
  3. A part of the physical environment, or more generally any physical system, that absorbs some form of matter or energy. For example, a forest acts as a sink for carbon dioxide because it absorbs more of the gas in photosynthesis than it releases in respiration. Coral reefs are a long-lasting sink for carbon, which they sequester in their skeletons in the form of calcium carbonate.
To overwhelm with a large number or amount; swamp:
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  1. To overwhelm with a large number or amount; swamp:
  2. To overrun with water; inundate.
  3. To overwhelm as with a flood
To overpower; to overcome; to extinguish; — said especially of sound; usually in the form "to drown out"
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  1. To overpower; to overcome; to extinguish; — said especially of sound; usually in the form "to drown out"
  2. To cover with water; flood; inundate
  3. To deprive of life by immersion in water or other liquid.
To plunge, as into a gulf
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  1. To plunge, as into a gulf
  2. To swallow up; overwhelm
  3. To swallow up or overwhelm by or as if by overflowing and enclosing:
To put much or too much water, fuel, etc. on or in
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  1. To put much or too much water, fuel, etc. on or in
  2. To become inundated or submerged:
  3. A temporary rise of the water level, as in a river or lake or along a seacoast, resulting in its spilling over and out of its natural or artificial confines onto land that is normally dry. Floods are usually caused by excessive runoff from precipitation or snowmelt, or by coastal storm surges or other tidal phenomena. &diamf3; Floods are sometimes described according to their statistical occurrence. A fifty-year flood is a flood having a magnitude that is reached in a particular location on average once every fifty years. In any given year there is a two percent statistical chance of the occurrence of a fifty-year flood and a one percent chance of a hundred-year flood .
(Intransitive) To take suddenly to flight, especially from cover.
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  1. (Intransitive) To take suddenly to flight, especially from cover.
  2. To flow suddenly and abundantly, as from containment; flood.
  3. To clean, rinse, or empty with a rapid flow of a liquid, especially water:
To overwhelm as if with a flood; swamp:
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  1. To overwhelm as if with a flood; swamp:
  2. To cover with water, especially floodwaters.
  3. To cover or engulf with a flood; deluge
To cause to fill beyond capacity.
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  1. To cause to fill beyond capacity.
  2. To flow over or across; flood
  3. To spread or cover over; flood.
To defeat completely and decisively:
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  1. To defeat completely and decisively:
  2. To turn over; upset:
  3. To present with an excessive amount:
To overpower or crush; overwhelm
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  1. To overpower or crush; overwhelm
  2. To submerge, cover, or engulf
  3. To cover with water; submerge.
To conceal from the knowledge of others; keep secret
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  1. To conceal from the knowledge of others; keep secret
  2. To cut off from sight; cover up:
  3. To prevent the disclosure or recognition of; conceal:
To diminish the stature of; overshadow or detract from:
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  1. To diminish the stature of; overshadow or detract from:
  2. To make difficult to discern mentally or understand:
  3. (Linguistics) To reduce (a vowel) to the neutral sound represented by schwa (ə).
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