inundant

inundant

[in-uhn-duhnt]
adjective
1.
flooding or overflowing.
2.
overwhelming with force, numbers, etc.

Origin:
1620–30; < Latin inundant- (stem of inundāns), present participle of inundāre; see inundate

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inundate (ˈɪnʌnˌdeɪt)
 
vb
1.  to cover completely with water; overflow; flood; swamp
2.  to overwhelm, as if with a flood: to be inundated with requests
 
[C17: from Latin inundāre to flood, from unda wave]
 
'inundant
 
adj
 
in'undatory
 
adj
 
inun'dation
 
n
 
'inundator
 
n

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