flood

flood
Synonyms and related words:
Niagara, abundance, access, accession, accretion, accrual, accruement, accumulation, acres, addition, advance, affluence, aggrandizement, alluvion, alluvium, ample sufficiency, ampleness, amplification, amplitude, appreciation, arc, arc light, army, ascent, augmentation, avalanche, bags, ballooning, barrels, be prodigal with, bloating, bonanza, boom, boost, bountifulness, bountiousness, brash, broadening, buildup, bumper crop, burst of rain, bushel, cascade, cataclysm, cataract, choke, cloudburst, cluster, cohue, color filter, copiousness, countlessness, course, cover, crescendo, crowd, crush, current, debacle, deluge, development, dimmer, dip, direct tide, downfall, downflow, downpour, drencher, drift, drown, duck, dunk, ebb, ebb and flow, ebb tide, edema, elevation, embarras de richesses, engulf, engulfment, enlargement, enough, excess, expansion, extension, extravagance, extravagancy, exuberance, fertility, fill, float, floats, flock, flood the market, flood tide, flooding, floodlight, flow, flow back, flow in, flow on, flow out, flush, flux, flux and reflux, foison, footlights, foots, fresh, freshet, full measure, full tide, fullness, gain, galaxy, gelatin, generosity, generousness, glut, great abundance, great plenty, greatening, growth, gush, gushing rain, heap, heavy rain, high tide, high water, hike, horde, host, immerse, increase, increment, inflation, inundate, inundation, issue, jam, jump, klieg light, know no bounds, landslide, lavishness, leap, legion, liberality, liberalness, light plot, lights, limelight, load, lots, low tide, low water, lunar tide, luxuriance, luxuriate, make, marquee, mass, maximum, medium, mob, money to burn, more than enough, mountain, mounting, much, multiplication, multitude, myriad, myriads, neap, neap tide, nimiety, numerousness, ocean, oceans, opposite tide, opulence, opulency, outpouring, overabound, overabundance, overaccumulation, overbounteousness, overbrim, overcopiousness, overdose, overequip, overflow, overflowing, overfurnish, overgrow, overlavish, overlavishness, overluxuriance, overmeasure, overmuchness, overnumerousness, overplentifulness, overplenty, overpopulation, overprofusion, overprovender, overprovide, overprovision, overrun, overrunning, oversell, overspill, overspread, overstock, oversufficiency, oversupply, overswarm, overwhelm, panoply, peck, permeate, plash, plenitude, plenteousness, plentifulness, plenty, plethora, pour, pour on, pour out, pour over, press, prevalence, prodigality, productiveness, profuseness, profusion, proliferation, pullulate, quantities, quantity, rabble, rain, rainburst, rainspout, rainstorm, raise, redundancy, refluence, reflux, regurgitate, repleteness, repletion, rich harvest, rich vein, richness, riot, riotousness, rip, riptide, rise, river, rout, ruck, run, run over, run riot, rush, satiety, saturate, scads, scud, sea, set, shower, slop, slosh, sluice, snowballing, soaker, soaking rain, solar tide, spate, spill, spill out, spill over, spillage, spot, spotlight, spout, spread, spring tide, stream, submerge, submersion, substantiality, substantialness, superabound, superabundance, superfluity, superflux, surfeit, surge, surge back, surplus, swamp, swarm, sweep, swelling, teem, teemingness, thalassometer, the Deluge, the Flood, throng, tidal amplitude, tidal current, tidal current chart, tidal flow, tidal range, tidal wave, tide, tide chart, tide gate, tide gauge, tide race, tide rip, tidewater, tideway, tons, torrent, torrent of rain, trend, tumescence, up, upping, upsurge, upswing, uptrend, upturn, volume, washout, waterflood, waterspout, waxing, wealth, whelm, whelming, widening, world, worlds

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  • flood — flood …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • Flood — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Flood simulado en #wikipedia en, usando el término OMG . Para Flood de Halo véase aquí Flood es un término en inglés que significa literalmente inundación. Se usa en la jerga informática …   Wikipedia Español

  • Flood — (fl[u^]d), n. [OE. flod a flowing, stream, flood, AS. fl[=o]d; akin to D. vloed, OS. fl[=o]d, OHG. fluot, G. flut, Icel. fl[=o][eth], Sw. & Dan. flod, Goth. fl[=o]dus; from the root of E. flow. [root]80. See {Flow}, v. i.] 1. A great flow of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Flood — steht für einen technischen Begriff aus dem Internet Relay Chat siehe Flood (IRC) ein Computerspiel aus dem Jahr 1990 siehe Flood (Computerspiel) ein Musikalbum der Band They Might Be Giants siehe Flood (Album) einen Musikproduzenten siehe Flood… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • flood — ● flood adjectif invariable (anglais flood) Lampe flood, lampe à filament de tungstène survolté, fournissant une lumière intense à spectre continu. ● flood (expressions) adjectif invariable (anglais flood) Lampe flood, lampe à filament de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • flood — n 1 *flow, stream, current, tide, flux Analogous words: *excess, superfluity, surplus: incursion, *invasion 2 Flood, deluge, inundation, torrent, spate, cataract are comparable when they mean a great or overwhelming flow of or as if of water.… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • flood — [flud] n. [ME flode < OE flod, akin to Ger flut: for IE base see FLOW] 1. an overflowing of water on an area normally dry; inundation; deluge 2. the flowing in of water from the sea as the tide rises 3. a great flow or outpouring [a flood of… …   English World dictionary

  • Flood — Flood, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Flooded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Flooding}.] 1. To overflow; to inundate; to deluge; as, the swollen river flooded the valley. [1913 Webster] 2. To cause or permit to be inundated; to fill or cover with water or other fluid; …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Flood — Flood, the 1.) a story told in the Old Testament of the Bible about a great flood that covered the whole world. According to the story, God caused the Flood because he was angry with the people on Earth and wanted to punish them. Only one man,… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • flood — ► NOUN 1) an overflow of a large amount of water over dry land. 2) (the Flood) the biblical flood brought by God upon the earth because of the wickedness of the human race. 3) an overwhelming quantity of things or people appearing at once. 4) an… …   English terms dictionary

  • flood — (n.) O.E. flod a flowing of water, flood, an overflowing of land by water, Noah s Flood; mass of water, river, sea, wave, from P.Gmc. *flothuz (Cf. O.Fris. flod, O.N. floð, M.Du. vloet, Du. vloed, Ger. Flut, Goth. flodus), from PIE verbal stem… …   Etymology dictionary

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