Flooding [noun]

Definition of Flooding:

excess of liquid

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Sentence/Example of Flooding:

The area deals with both polluted waters due to toxic runoff, and severe flooding risks due to the stormwater system’s condition.

It is relatively rare to have a collapsed glacier trigger this kind of flooding, with the last such event occurring in 2016 in Tibet.

Many of them lived through Tropical Storm Isabel in 2003, a 100-year storm that left some residents thinking it would be the worst flooding event of their lives.

Muhyiddin said flooding in a number of states also contributed to the need for increased powers in addition to the virus.

City officials said the flooding was exacerbated not just by their aging stormwater system, but by runoff from logging above the town.

Heavier rains tonight could produce patchy flooding into tomorrow morning.

Extreme weather events such as drought and flooding also destroy important habitat.

It was about seven years ago after Hurricane Sandy tore through the area, doing incredible damage and causing awful flooding.

The sustained nature of this drenching rain is likely to cause some streams to overflow and flooding in poor drainage areas.

While some flooding seems a good bet, the relative dryness of late and prolonged period of rain may help keep it isolated.