Example sentences for: deluge

How can you use “deluge” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Here was a Renaissance humanist who regarded his fellow men as "stupid and deranged," "sacks for food," and "fillers-up of privies," and relished the thought of humanity's destruction in a universal deluge.

  • The story was singularly inappropriate in 1936--the deluge had come after Coolidge and Hoover, and Roosevelt's spending was an effort to stem the deluge, or at least to keep some people from drowning in it.

  • As each new drug is released on a wave of hype, insurers will fight the deluge, but patients will clamor, and doctors will go along.

  • We meet Maurice two years after his entanglement with Sarah has (abruptly) ended, but an encounter with her husband--forlorn and hatless in a deluge, convinced that his wife is holed up somewhere with a lover--brings the green-eyed monster (as well as a host of memories) back with a snap.

  • The entire document represents a veritable rain of error--nay, a torrent, a deluge of gross mistakes, outrageous misspellings, and just plain and simple ignorance.


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