Some articles on drained:
... Since formed, Lake Shafer has been drained in 1965, 1975, 1985, and 1995, so repair work could be made to the Norway Dam. ... It was announced that in late April 2008, Lake Shafer will be drained once again for repairs to the Norway Dam ... It will be drained 3 feet the weekend of April 26-27, and six feet by May 3-4 ...
... The panchayat is mostly drained by Pozhuthana river and the streamlets draining into it ... The panchayat area is moderately well drained to well drained and exhibits a dendritic drainage pattern ...
... "round" of the fight lasted until one person was drained of all three sections, upon which one section of the bar would disappear, and the remaining two would refill ... Once those two were drained, the second section would be dropped, with the last one refilled ... The match was finally over when one player had been drained of this last section of life ...
... With the exception of two small areas that are drained by the Mississippi River by way of the Wisconsin River in the Upper Peninsula and by way of the Kankakee-Illinois River in the Lower ... state with the majority of its land thus drained ...
... In Edinburgh - Gogarloch - drained Nor Loch — now filled in The Meadows - former Burghloch In Ayrshire - Fail Loch - drained in the late 1840s ... Loch Brand - a loch of only around 2ha, drained in 1780 and found to contain a crannog ... Loch Brown - a loch of 60 acres near Mauchline, mostly drained in the 19th century ...
More definitions of "drained":
- (adj): Drained of electric charge; discharged.
Example: "Left the lights on and came back to find the battery drained"
- (adj): Very tired.
Famous quotes containing the word drained:
“Im cold. Im cold all over. Rub me in father and mother.
Fear was my father, Father Fear.
His look drained the stones.”
—Theodore Roethke (19081963)
“For men tied fast to the absolute, bled of their differences, drained of their dreams by authoritarian leeches until nothing but pulp is left, become a massive, sick Thing whose sheer weight is used ruthlessly by ambitious men. Here is the real enemy of the people: our own selves dehumanized into the masses. And where is the David who can slay this giant?”
—Lillian Smith (18971966)
“The others acted a role; I was the role. She who was Mary Garden died that it might live. That was my genius ... and my sacrifice. It drained off so much of me that by comparison my private life was empty. I could not give myself completely twice.”
—Mary Garden (18741967)