Phrasal Verb: flood out

To flood out somebody (or flood somebody out) is to force them to leave their business or home because of floods.

Example of use:
1. There was a torrential downpour last night and we were flooded out. The house is a mess and we’re staying in a hotel for a few days.

2. Every time it rains heavily the river rises and floods them out.

infinitive – flood out

present simple – flood out and floods out

-ing form – flooding out

past simple – flooded out

past participle – flooded out

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