drench in

drench in

To cover or saturate with something (typically a liquid). A noun or pronoun can be used between "drench" and "in." You can always count on Bill to drench his pancakes in syrup.
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drench someone or something in something

 and drench someone or something with something
to soak someone or something in something. A sudden summer shower drenched them in sheets of rain. My raincoat was drenched with droplets from the foggy night air.
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ADMINISTRATION OF EARLY POST-PARTUM ORAL DRENCH IN DAIRY COWS: EFFECT ON METABOLIC PROFILE
In this perspective, the cows receiving water instead of Drench in this experiment are at a greater risk of suffering ketosis, as the mean serum NEFA value (1.560 [micro]mol/L) and the prevalence of subclinical ketosis found (38.5%) show.
Choline, another ingredient of the tested Drench in this work, is useful in enhancing the synthesis of hepatic lipoproteins and, consequently, in diminishing liver esteatosis (Cooke et al.
Mean (standard deviation) of the metabolic profile during early lactation in dairy cows treated with Drench in a herd from Rio Grande do Sul (southern Brazil).
The home side came flying out the blocks and dominated the opening stages, but it was Rochdale who had the first real chance when Scott Taylor was denied from 18 yards by a fantastic save from Drench in the 12th minute.
Albion began well, Gary Rowett forcing a flying save out of Steven Drench in the Morecambe goal, the goalkeeper tipping the stinging effort over the crossbar after eight minutes.