water

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  • Her long, beautiful hair is said to be spread through all the waters.
  • In the other hand, the water clock was introduced to show time.
  • There are no significant surface water systems as they are almost all underground.
  • The park features two man-made water features, home to a variety of bird life.
  • A well of water then appeared so that it saved their lives.
  • In much of the island, access to a year-round supply of water is difficult.
  • Many other marine species have been observed in the surrounding area and waters.
  • The city grew as the population did, coming up against the lake's waters.
  • They move south in winter to keep in ice-free waters.
  • These facilities serve the city, which is divided into five water districts.
  • During this time they will usually settle on large, open waters for safety.
  • There is also mentioned a person in whom orange-flower water produced the same effect. Cited from Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine, Gould/Pyle
  • He gave her bread and water and sent them away.
  • It can also be found in some spring waters and hot springs.
  • He said something about the ground being raised afterwards, and I suppose the water run off then. Cited from In The Heart Of The Rockies, by G. A. Henty
  • The nest is built out of branches, usually in large trees found near water.
  • With increasing cold, the former gave rise to water, earth and stones.
  • Brazil covers a total area of which includes of land and of water.
  • They group in large schools in ice-free waters.
  • The autumn would force the British fleet to leave for ice-free waters. Cited from The Winning of Canada, by William Wood[#4]
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Meaning of water

  • noun Binary compound that occurs at room temperature as a clear colorless odorless tasteless liquid; freezes into ice below 0 degrees centigrade and boils above 100 degrees centigrade; widely used as a solvent
  • noun Once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (empedocles)
  • noun A liquid necessary for the life of most animals and plants
    he asked for a drink of water
  • verb Supply with water, as with channels or ditches or streams
    Water the fields
  • verb Provide with water
    We watered the buffalo
  • verb Secrete or form water, as tears or saliva
    My mouth watered at the prospect of a good dinner, His eyes watered
  • verb Fill with tears
    His eyes were watering