Drownd vs. Drown

By Jaxson

  • Drownd (verb)

    To drown.

  • Drown (verb)

    To die from suffocation while immersed in water or other fluid.

    “When I was a baby, I nearly drowned in the bathtub.”

  • Drown (verb)

    To kill by suffocating in water or another liquid.

    “The car thief fought with an officer and tried to drown a police dog before being shot while escaping.”

  • Drown (verb)

    To be flooded: to be inundated with or submerged in (literally) water or (figuratively) other things; to be overwhelmed.

    “We are drowning in information but starving for wisdom.”

  • Drown (verb)

    To inundate, submerge, overwhelm.

    “He drowns his sorrows in buckets of chocolate ice cream.”

  • Drown (verb)

    To obscure, particularly amid an overwhelming volume of other items.

    “The answers intelligence services seek are often drowned in the flood of information they can now gather.”


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