The term waterlogging refers to a condition where an area is filled with an excessive amount of water, leading to the accumulation of water on the ground, making it difficult for plants and trees to grow. The opposite of the word waterlogging is "drainage," which means the removal of water from a particular area, such as a street, lawn, or a field. Effective drainage helps to prevent waterlogging in areas that are prone to flooding during heavy rainfalls. Other antonyms for waterlogging include dryness, drought, aridity, and parched. The opposite of waterlogging also refers to the availability of water in a particular area, which is necessary for sustaining life.
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- creative, fecund, fertile.