Definition of shower :
1. A copious supply bestowed.
2. A fall or rain or hail of short duration; sometimes, but rarely, a like fall of snow.
3. One who shows or exhibits.
4. That which resembles a shower in falling or passing through the air copiously and rapidly.
5. That which shows; a mirror.
6. To bestow liberally; to destribute or scatter in undance; to rain.
7. To rain in showers; to fall, as in a hower or showers.
8. To water with a shower; to t copiously with rain.
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flood (part of speech: verb)
give (part of speech: verb)
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- " I'm a shower man, myself," observed Soames. - "Long Ago, Far Away", William Fitzgerald Jenkins AKA Murray Leinster.
- He would take a shower when he got back to quarters. - "The Legion of Lazarus", Edmond Hamilton.
- A fresh shower of tears accompanied the question. - "Sant' Ilario", F. Marion Crawford.