Aquatics

All Noun
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  • The camp is known for having a great aquatics program at summer camp.
  • The district offers a summer aquatics program that is open to all district residents.
  • The aquatics programme included the only women's events of the games.
  • The Aquatics Area was able to deal with the rise of lake levels.
  • The Aquatics Area is located in three areas around two of the lakes.
  • Cleveland is known throughout the city for its strong aquatics program.
  • The land exchanged would be used as the site of an aquatics centre.
  • Central High School is not known for its aquatics program.
  • Work on the Aquatics Centre began later the same year.
  • However, he made good progress in two branches -- aquatics and cricket. Cited from Hard Cash, Charles Reade
  • She went on to win silver in the final, her first medal at the World Aquatics Championships.
  • The family includes both fresh and marine aquatics, although of the seventeen species currently recognised only three are marine.
  • The aquatics staff found here is believed to be the best in comparison to most, if not all other camps.
  • This was the first structure devoted to the aquatics events for the Summer Olympics.
  • All aquatics events is only at junior level.
  • This list represents a selection of those which feature specific references to the aquatics center.
  • With hardy aquatics, the water and roots are allowed to remain naturally over winter. Cited from Manual of Gardening (Second Edition), L. H. Bailey
  • Even though the Aquatics are peaceful, they have a strong military.
  • The aquatics venue is open to the public annually between May and September.
  • Most specimens offered for sale in the aquatics trade are tank-raised.
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Root form of aquatics is aquatic for the noun.

Meaning of Aquatics

  • noun A plant that lives in or on water