drench (v.) Old form(s): drencht
drown, plunge, immerse
1H6 IV.vii.14[Talbot to Servant, of John Talbot] in that sea of blood my boy did drench / His over-mounting spirit
Ven.494[Venus to Adonis] [am I] in the ocean drenched, or in the fire?
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