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drench

(drĕnch)
tr.v. drenched, drenching, drenches
1. To wet through and through; soak.
2. To administer a large oral dose of liquid medicine to (an animal).
n.
1. The act of wetting or becoming wet through and through.
2. A large dose of liquid medicine, especially one administered to an animal by pouring down the throat.

drench′er n.

drench

A dose of medicine that is administered to an animal by pouring it into its mouth.
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You need to start moving with those who will always tell you that irrespective of being drenched with 'cold water'-that you can still make it to the 'pole'-your goal in life.
The following 6 treatments were applied on 16 Mar 2016: emamectin benzoate (4%) injected at 8 mL per 2.54 cm trunk dbh; imidacloprid (21.4%) drenched at 6 mL per 2.54 cm trunk dbh; acephate (97%) injected at 15 g + 100 mL water per 25 cm trunk dbh; abamectin (2%) injected at 5 mL per 5 cm trunk dbh (this treatment was applied to trees also injected with abamectin in 2015); abamectin (2%) injected trees from 2015 were evaluated (though not re-treated) in 2016; and untreated control.
Wes predicts Drenched could also have a massive impact on parched countries in Africa if fitted to standpipes.
Today will bring up to 7mm of rain in South Wales, before Conwy, Gwynedd and Flintshire are drenched by around 15mm on Wednesday - more than five times more than the average daily total for June of 2.9mm.
He activated the pump, causing a gush of petrol which drenched Mr Atkinson's legs.
Half the flock was drenched with 20ml of Liquithrive Sheep approximately one month prior to lambing.
A dispute over noise led to a man breaking into his neighbour's home and causing almost pounds 12,000 damage when he drenched it with water, Birmingham Crown Court heard yesterday.
Flip through to find Romeo (David Hallberg) grieving over a bloody Mercutio (Herman Cornejo), Manon (Alessandra Ferri) in a final embrace with a grieving Des Grieux (Julio Bocca), and Odette (Gillian Murphy) submerged to the waist with her drenched Siegfried (Ethan Stiefel) in a rainy lake--actually in New Jersey.
Crawford partially extinguished the fire in the burning cab and found Langford, who was conscious but unable to move and drenched with diesel fuel.
If the mold faces or cavities are drenched, experienced technicians know that blowing air across the face of tooling is the preferred method and will actually pull water out of cavities, acting as a venturi.
Secondary baths will be drenched in a Sand Dune Beige marble throughout and outfitted with custom vanities in polished vanilla marble.
Hard at work on a washing machine, he does not notice his interloper until she has been drenched with water.