Inundant In*un"dant, a. [L. inundans, p. pr. of inundare.] Overflowing. [R.] --Shenstone. [1913 Webster]

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  • inundant — [in un′dənt] adj. [L inundans, prp. of inundare: see INUNDATE] overflowing or inundating …   English World dictionary

  • inundant — /in un deuhnt/, adj. 1. flooding or overflowing. 2. overwhelming with force, numbers, etc. [1620 30; < L inundant (s. of inundans), prp. of inundare; see INUNDATE] * * * …   Universalium

  • inundant — dənt adjective Etymology: Latin inundant , inundans, present participle of inundare : flooding, inundating …   Useful english dictionary

  • inundant — in·un·dant …   English syllables

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