Drenching in a sentence as a noun

So you just hide it, by damaging HN with drenching it in text.

Tl;drIf there is a fire, you can't put it out by drenching it with gasoline.

All those seas of parking lots and the "drive everywhere" culture is very depressing and soul drenching.

If you are a bona fide revenue- and profit-machine rock star, IBM makes it rain for you, because you're drenching them in a Biblical deluge.

Denmark’s wettest month is June with an average of 80mm of rain, contrasted with Malta which has three drenching month’s averaging between 97mm and 108mm.

Most importantly, the soul drenching, exhausting late hours, gives the illusion that "we are doing all that is humanly possible to resolve the problem".

I would guess that having infected blood on you, and potentially smeared in your car and other places, is quite a lot worse than drenching it in alcohol even if not fully cleaned.

!Sorry but Roundup ready GMOs might be safe if grown without drenching them in poison but if the only reason they are "GMO'd" is to allow this, I would prefer products made with GMO to be labeled.

Film students regularly come on TV, in tears, complaining about how EU copyright law means that as soon as anyone finds out where they're from, nobody returns any calls anymore and purges any video received from them from their hard drives and SSDs, drenching them in holy water 5 times afterwards in hopes of appeasing Youtube's enforcement of EU law.

Drenching definitions


the act of making something completely wet; "he gave it a good drenching"

See also: soaking souse sousing