Now it has a different meaning: to inundate someone with profanity and insults.
“Flaming” was one of the first, meaning to inundate someone with email spam.
Here rain would render the ground impassable, and inundate the country.
And it surged within him all the more, because he could not—as the mother does—inundate all the world with it.
It is subject to violent floods, which inundate the surrounding country for a distance of 10 to 20 m.
I am willing to inundate you with glories and splendors and lightnings.
Their writings are hardly published in the capital before they inundate the provinces like a torrent.
Marie began to fear that Loftus might discover the mistake and turn in and inundate her.
I have known freshets in March to inundate the country for miles.
Now these magical buckets contained the sources of the five great lakes, which held enough water to inundate the whole of China.