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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrencheddrenched /drentΚƒt/ adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 WETcovered with a lot of a liquid πŸ”Š Come on in – you’re drenched!drenched in/with πŸ”Š I was drenched in sweat. πŸ”Š chips drenched in vinegarrain-drenched/sweat-drenched etc πŸ”Š He changed out of his rain-drenched clothes.β–Ί see thesaurus at wet2 β†’ drenched in/with light
Examples from the Corpus
drenchedβ€’ The two and a half hour walk in the wind and rain left us drenched.β€’ Within seconds the car is drenched.β€’ We were getting drenched, and it made me smile.β€’ Their main danger is that their entire home will become drenched and waterlogged.β€’ And yet the place was drenched, as with water, so with a fearful smell of burning.β€’ On his return he haughtily threw off his drenched clothes.β€’ Steward needed three shots to escape his watery grave and had a drenched set of waterproofs to prove it.β€’ Everyone got completely drenched when a huge wave hit the boat.drenched in/withβ€’ Music and dance, at their beginning and throughout most of their history, were drenched with content.β€’ I was drenched in my own perspiration, my own odors.β€’ To the outsider pentecostalism seems to be drenched in paradoxes and contradictions.β€’ In the first piece these are drenched with red and black paint from the spray paint cans.β€’ Rachel screamed and woke up, drenched with sweat, shaking, staring into space.β€’ He was trembling and so drenched in sweat that his hair lay like streaks of black paint upon his forehead.β€’ The warehouse walls blended into each other like a painting drenched with turpentine.β€’ Positively drenched in white angels, swans and flowers, the cake is on a tall platform reached by mirrored stairs.
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