DRENCHED: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for DRENCHED?

Need another word that means the same as “drenched”? Find 1 synonym and 30 related words for “drenched” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Drenched” are: drenched in

Drenched as an Adjective

Definitions of "Drenched" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “drenched” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Abundantly covered or supplied with; often used in combination.

Synonyms of "Drenched" as an adjective (1 Word)

drenched inAbundantly covered or supplied with; often used in combination.

Usage Examples of "Drenched" as an adjective

  • Moon-drenched meadows.
  • Drenched in moonlight.

Associations of "Drenched" (30 Words)

awashContaining large numbers or amounts of someone or something.
A rock awash outside the reef entrance.
coveredOverlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something; sometimes used as a combining form.
A covered balcony.
dampDamp air or atmosphere.
A damped suspension that isolates the chassis from external vibration.
dampnessA slight wetness.
The dampness in the air.
dankUnpleasantly cool and humid.
Dank rain forests.
drenchDrench or submerge or be drenched or submerged.
Three times a year drenching for calves.
dustyCovered with a layer of dust.
A dusty pile of books.
foggyFilled or abounding with fog or mist.
She was foggy with sleep.
humidMarked by a relatively high level of water vapour in the atmosphere.
A hot and humid day.
lowlandOf relatively low or level country.
Economic power gravitated towards the lowlands.
marshlandLow-lying wet land with grassy vegetation; usually is a transition zone between land and water.
Acres of meadows and marshlands.
marshyCharacteristic of or resembling a marsh; waterlogged.
A marshy coastline.
misty(of a person’s eyes) full of tears so as to blur the vision.
The misty air above the frozen river.
moist(of a climate) rainy.
Her brother s eyes became moist.
moistureWater or other liquid diffused in a small quantity as vapour, within a solid, or condensed on a surface.
In freshly felled wood the moisture content varies.
moisturizeMake (something, especially the skin) less dry.
Revitalize your face moisturize your skin.
muddyCause to become muddy.
The original colours were blurred into muddy pink and yellow.
rainRain falls.
It was beginning to rain.
rainy(of weather, a period, or an area) having or characterized by considerable rainfall.
Rainy days.
saturatedDenoting fats containing a high proportion of fatty acid molecules without double bonds considered to be less healthy in the diet than unsaturated fats.
The glitzy media saturated plasticity of Los Angeles.
snowFall as snow.
The first snows of winter.
soakWashing something by allowing it to soak.
Don t disturb the wound soak the dressing off if necessary.
soakedExtremely wet; saturated.
Rain soaked streets.
soddenWet through and through; thoroughly wet.
His clothes were sodden.
soggy(of soil) soft and watery.
The chorus sings powerfully but the interpretation is ultimately soggy.
splashingThe act of splashing a liquid substance on a surface.
swampy(of soil) soft and watery.
A swampy area.
tropicsThe part of the Earth’s surface between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn; characterized by a hot climate.
vaporThe process of becoming a vapor.
wetMake one s bed or clothes wet by urinating.
Our programme depends on our willingness to help other alcoholics both wet and dry.

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