Awash [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Awash:

The submarine wasn't in sight, but that red ball was just awash and moving toward the shore.

I knew that by the look of the water, and as we neared the bank I saw it was all awash and without the vestige of an opening.

At Scoville temperatures like that, your brain gets totally awash in endorphins.

I do not speak without knowledge who have seen the land from Delhi south awash with blood.'

Why, a few turns of that wheel when in the awash trim would admit enough water in two minutes to sink the boat.

Out along the wet and slippery decks, spray-dashed and awash, rushed the boy.

It sinks upon an even keel until it is awash, after which it goes under "head-first," just as a swimmer does.

Gradually, as the incoming water increases the weight of the vessel, she sinks until she is awash.

It was so low as to be all awash, and fringed deep with towering reeds, which were traversed by narrow lanes of water.

The beak is of cast iron, standing four feet out from the bow; that, with the rest of the old berth deck, is just awash.