water

Part of speech: verb

to take in water.

Part of speech: verb

To pour water upon; dilute or treat with water.

Part of speech: verb

To be watery, as the eyes or mouth; have a longing.

Part of speech: noun

A limpid liquid compound of hydrogen and oxygen, constituting the bulk of the ocean, rivers, lakes, etc.

Part of speech: noun

Any particular body of water.

Part of speech: noun

Any one of the watery secretions of animals.

Part of speech: noun

A watery appearance, as in precious stones; luster; sheen in certain textiles; hence, purity.

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Usage examples "water":

  1. Then how does Longfoot get water to drink? - "The-Burgess-Animal-Book-for-Children", Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo).
  2. " Well, come down to the water, and have a look at it," said Jimmy. - "The Gem Collector", P. G. Wodehouse.
  3. Come now, bring water for the hands. - "Four Plays of Gil Vicente", Gil Vicente.