drenched Definition

completely wet; soaked.

Using drenched: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "drenched" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    We got drenched in the rain.

  • Example

    The clothes were drenched after being left in the rain.

  • Example

    The fields were drenched with water to help the crops grow.

drenched Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for drenched

Antonyms for drenched

Phrases with drenched

  • completely soaked through one's clothing or skin


    I forgot my umbrella and got caught in the rain, so I was drenched to the skin by the time I got home.

  • covered in sweat, usually due to physical exertion or heat


    After running a marathon, he was drenched in sweat and needed to take a shower.

  • crying heavily and uncontrollably, often resulting in tears soaking one's face or clothing


    She was drenched in tears after hearing the news of her friend's passing.


Summary: drenched in Brief

'Drenched' [drentʃt] is an adjective that describes something that is completely wet or soaked. It can be used to describe people, clothes, or objects that have been exposed to water or other liquids. Examples include 'We got drenched in the rain' and 'The clothes were drenched after being left in the rain.' Phrases like 'drenched to the skin' and 'drenched in sweat' are also common.