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[[Image:The Deluge by Danby.jpg|thumb|200px|''[[The Deluge]]'' ([[1840]]) by [[Francis Danby]]]] [[Image:The Deluge by Danby.jpg|thumb|200px|''[[The Deluge]]'' ([[1840]]) by [[Francis Danby]]]]
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 +# A great [[flood]] or [[rain]].
 +#:''The '''deluge''' continued for hours, drenching the land and slowing traffic to a halt.''
 +# An overwhelming amount of something.
 +#:''The rock concert was a '''deluge''' of sound.''
 +# '''The Deluge''': The Biblical flood during the time of Noah.
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  1. A great flood or rain.
    The deluge continued for hours, drenching the land and slowing traffic to a halt.
  2. An overwhelming amount of something.
    The rock concert was a deluge of sound.
  3. The Deluge: The Biblical flood during the time of Noah.




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