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drench

1. the act or an instance of drenching
2. a dose of liquid medicine given to an animal
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Their failure to heed those warnings cost them a drenching.
Summary: Drenching rains have pounded communities across northeastern Australia, flooding major highways and prompting hundreds of evacuations.
Richard Isaac, who farms in a severely disadvantaged area in the Welsh Valleys, had been drenching the lambs up to five times because they weren't growing properly.
Sheep producers will find genuine cost benefits from drenching both their ewes and lambs this spring with an organically chelated trace element and vitamin supplement, according to new trial results.
In late summer of 1880 odors began drenching Paris from its sewers, and residents feared an epidemic would follow.
under pressure to let the back o-ring escape its bore, drenching everyone around before the valve can be turned off.