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    After floods subsided

    I am wondering if my sentence sounds natural.

    After floods subsided, you could see distended dead cows and other domestic animals drifting on the surface of the water.

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    Re: After floods subsided

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassim View Post
    After the floods subsided, you could see the distended dead cows corpses of cattle and other domestic animals floating on the river. drifting on the surface of the water.
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    Re: After floods subsided

    'Distended' is not wrong, but you're more likely to hear 'bloated corpses'.

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