overflood

overflood

(ˌəʊvəˈflʌd)
vb
to flood excessively
References in classic literature ?
She was floating in smooth water now,--perhaps far on the overflooded fields.
More alarming is the fact that social media wants to be noticed and therefore comes up with attention gaining antics that will make them viral and overflood the newsfeed.
However, so much oxygen can also overflood the region and damage neural tissue.
The second type was years with overflood events, such as what occurred in 1967 and 1988.
the creation of an important worldwide discount market, which in turn would have, as a consequence, the turning into a broad bill market of the many millions that now flood and overflood Wall Street."(85) Note the mutual dependence of the joint goals expressed in the following passage:
During late winter, the estuary and the nearshore remain covered with landfast and bottomfast ice, forcing the water to either find deeper channels under the ice or overflood the surface (Macdonald et al., 1999).
Also, residents of Boom Town, Eminrin, had to stay indoors till around noon before they could cross the already overflooded Ureje stream that devastated their environment.
The river near Yntymak village has overflooded and damaged the riverbed protection, posing a threat to public facilities.
The latest storm, Miriam, which hit Lebanon last month, left severely damaged lands and overflooded rivers in its wake.
It is particularly noteworthy that all these 'hoards' relate exclusively with watery depositional context: they have been discovered from either bog (marshy overflooded area) or in direct relation to open water sources.
Emergency <a href="http://www.novinite.com/articles/177315/State+of+Emergency+Declared+in+Bulgaria%27s+Bansko+Municipality">was declared by authorities on Wednesday after the Glazne river overflooded due to the rainfall of the previous 24 hours.