Can "of" be used with the verb "drench"?


Can the preposition "of" be used with the verb "drench"?

Example: But of Gatorade he was drenched after the team's victory.


And even if it's not entirely proper and sounds strange and almost like an archaic construction, what opinions do you have of its use for stylistic purposes?

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