The office was deluged with telephone calls, telegrams, and hate mail from people who called Susskind a “dirty red” and a “kike.”
But now she finds herself in the opposite situation, deluged with requests for interviews, appearances, and reviews.
Anyone who votes for it is going to be deluged with angry phone calls and some very ugly attack ads come next campaign.
Predictably, he was deluged with angry responses; as of this writing, he is still responding to critics.
But then they saw the water rise—the result of the failed federal levee system that deluged 80 percent of the city.
At night they were deluged with shrapnel and the cobblestones were chipped and scarred with machine-gun bullets.
Of course, I deluged them with large round five and ten centimes pieces.
A tropical storm, not a typhoon, but a belated burst of the periodic rains, deluged the island before midnight.
It deluged them with water, and plastered them with flying seaweed and ice.
Immense torrents stream down the mountain sides; the valleys are deluged; plains turn into morasses, and morasses into lakes.