- awash (adj.)
- 1825, originally nautical, "on the level of, flush with," from a- (1) "on" + wash (n.). Figurative use by 1912.
- 1. This, after all, is a company which is awash with cash.
- 2. The bathroom floor was awash.
- 3. The city is awash with drugs.
- 4. The lake overflowed till all the villages in the neighbourhood were awash.
- 5. The ship's deck was awash in the storm.
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