drenched的的用法,drenched怎么读美 [drentʃt] 英 [drentʃt]
something that is drenched in a liquid has too much of the liquid on it
the past tense and past participle of drench
love, isn't an umbrella that the rainy day supports for you, but accompany you to be drenched together.
Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" has a natural, flowing vitality to it, a sun-drenched splendor that never falters.
As they hurled insults at him, the skies opened and Mr. Ma quickly became drenched to the skin , all of it captured live on television.
From the sun-drenched Spanish costas, to the wind-lashed Breton coast, Brits who have moved abroad are undoubtedly feeling the pinch.
Not a hair of his head is injured, and his princely garments, though drenched in the sea-waves, look fresher than before.
Some describe it as a teaspoon or two, while others claim they ejaculate so much , the bed is drenched.
A young girl sat beneath a fountain, drenched in spray, and stared at her with Melara Hetherspoon's accusing eyes.
Historians suspect that it was accidentally discovered when our ancestors' grain stores were drenched with rain and fermented by the Sun.
Allow your heart to be drenched in your Mother's love. Just allow. See how much I love you.
The only exciting occurrence was the unexpected drizzle. It had drenched my clothes.