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Whelm

v. t.1.
[imp. & p. p. Whelmed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Whelming.]
1.To cover with water or other fluid; to cover by immersion in something that envelops on all sides; to overwhelm; to ingulf.
She is my prize, or ocean whelm them all!
- Shak.
2.Fig.: To cover completely, as if with water; to immerse; to overcome; as, to whelm one in sorrows.
3.To throw (something) over a thing so as to cover it.
Verb1.whelm - overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
baptize, be prodigal with, blank, bulldoze, bury, cascade, cataract, clobber, cream, defeat utterly, deluge, dip, douse, drown, duck, dunk, engulf, float, flood, flood the market, flow on, immerge, immerse, inundate, knock over, merge, overbear, overbrim, overcome, overdose, overequip, overflow, overfurnish, overlavish, overpower, overprovender, overprovide, overprovision, overrun, oversell, overstock, oversupply, overwhelm, paste, plunge in water, pour on, pour out, pour over, prostrate, rain, run over, schmear, shellac, shut out, sink, skunk, slop, slosh, sluice, smear, snow under, souse, spill, spill out, spill over, steamroller, submerge, submerse, swamp, sweep, whitewash, whomp, whop
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Whelk tingle
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-- Whelm --
Whelp
whelped
Whelps
When
When and where
When as
when first seen
When It's Done
When many join in one act
When no time is limited
When the common law and statute law concur
When the foundation fails
When the law gives anything
When the law presumes the affirmative
when the time comes
Whenas
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