just level with or scarcely above the surface of the water, so that waves break over the top.
overflowing with water, as the upper deck of a ship in a heavy sea.
covered with water.
washing about; tossed about by the waves.
covered, filled, or crowded:
streets awash with shoppers; a garden awash in brilliant colors.
a river in E Ethiopia, flowing NE through the Great Rift Valley to near the Djibouti border. 500 miles (805 km) long.
“Beware” by Big Sean is awash in technicolor static, colorful sceneries overlaid over Big Sean.
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The place was awash with water, and we couldn’t see a thing and we couldn’t hear anything above the small-arms and artillery fire.
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From the 80s onwards, after manufacturing collapsed, the inner cities were awash with hard drugs.
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The Mideast is awash now in popular awakenings, always in oil and, often overlooked, in arms.
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The whole scene is so awash with heavy-handed religious imagery you can probably just skip church on Sunday.
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There was no absolutely naked rock near him, but there seemed to be acres of that which might be almost said to be awash.
Jack Tier or The Florida Reef James Fenimore Cooper
Because it’s awash an’ visible only at the fall o’ the spring tides.
The Grain Ship Morgan Robertson
The quarter-deck was all awash, and we must close the companion doors.
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The boat was some fifty yards from land by now, and was awash in a broken current.
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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.
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adverb, adjective (postpositive) (nautical)
at a level even with the surface of the sea
washed over by the waves
1825, originally nautical, “on the level of, flush with,” from a- (1) “on” + wash (n.). Figurative use by 1912.
Full of a liquid; full to surfeit: Dr Johnson was awash in tea, drinking thirty cups each day
Overwhelmed with; drowning in: The dean was awash in niggling student complaints
a river in E Ethiopia, flowing NE through the Great Rift Valley to near the Djibouti border. 500 miles (805 km) long. adverb, adjective (postpositive) (nautical) at a level even with the surface of the sea washed over by the waves adj. 1825, originally nautical, “on the level of, flush with,” from a- (1) “on” […]
noun a variant spelling of awhato
from this or that place; off: to go away. aside; to another place; in another direction: to turn your eyes away; to turn away customers. far; apart: away back; away from the subject. out of one’s possession or use: to give money away. out of existence or notice; into extinction: to fade away; to idle […]
- Away goal
noun a goal scored by a team playing away from its home ground. Away goals count for more than home goals in certain competitions