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

Need another word that means the same as “flooded”? Find 4 synonyms and 30 related words for “flooded” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Flooded” are: afloat, awash, inundated, overflowing

Flooded as an Adjective

Definitions of "Flooded" as an adjective

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

  • Covered with water.

Synonyms of "Flooded" as an adjective (4 Words)

afloatOut of debt or difficulty.
The canoes were still afloat.
awashLevel with the surface of water so that it just washes over.
The city was awash with journalists.
inundatedCovered with water.
Inundated farmlands.
overflowingFlooding or flowing over a surface or area.
An overflowing river swamped dozens of villages.

Usage Examples of "Flooded" as an adjective

  • A flooded bathroom.

Associations of "Flooded" (30 Words)

absorbTake in and understand fully (information, ideas, or experience.
Absorb the costs for something.
adriftSo as to be no longer fixed in position.
The team are three points adrift of the leaders.
afloatFloating in water; not sinking.
There are various rumours afloat connected with his disappearance.
aimlessAimlessly drifting.
An aimless existence.
awashLevel with the surface of water so that it just washes over.
The city was awash with journalists.
dampDamp air or atmosphere.
She tried to damp down her feelings of despair.
dampnessA slight wetness.
The dampness in the air.
delugeOverwhelm with a flood.
A deluge of rain hit the plains.
drenchedAbundantly covered or supplied with; often used in combination.
Moon drenched meadows.
floatingBorne up by or suspended in a liquid.
A floating platform.
foggyFull of or characterized by fog.
A dark and foggy night.
humidMarked by a relatively high level of water vapour in the atmosphere.
Humid air.
humidityAtmospheric moisture.
The temperature is seventy seven the humidity in the low thirties.
impassableIncapable of being passed.
The narrow channels are impassable to ocean going ships.
lowlandLow level country.
Lowland farming.
marshlandLand consisting of marshes.
Thousands of acres of marshland.
marshySoft and watery.
The marshy ground towards the sea.
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.
rainOf the sky the clouds etc send down rain.
She rained blows on to him.
saturatedDenoting fats containing a high proportion of fatty acid molecules without double bonds considered to be less healthy in the diet than unsaturated fats.
A saturated solution.
sinkCause to sink.
You can relax on the veranda as the sun sinks low.
soakedExtremely wet; saturated.
Rain soaked streets.
splashingThe act of splashing a liquid substance on a surface.
spongeSoak up with a sponge.
He edged closer clearly intending to sponge money from her.
submergeCompletely cover or obscure.
The U boat had had time to submerge.
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.
waterThe surface of an area of water.
A water sign.
wetWetness caused by water.
She said she d wet the tea immediately because they must be parched.

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