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The state of matter in which a substance exhibits a characteristic readiness to flow and little or no tendency to disperse, and is amorphous but has a fixed volume and is difficult to compress.
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  1. The state of matter in which a substance exhibits a characteristic readiness to flow and little or no tendency to disperse, and is amorphous but has a fixed volume and is difficult to compress.
  2. A liquid sound
  3. A liquid substance
A small body of still water.
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  1. A small body of still water.
  2. A group of journalists who cover an event and then by agreement share their reports with participating news media:
  3. A deep, still spot in a river
(Now Chiefly Brit.) A narrow inlet or bay
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  1. (Now Chiefly Brit.) A narrow inlet or bay
  2. A small stream, often a shallow or intermittent tributary to a river.
  3. A channel or stream running through a salt marsh:
The falling of such drops; shower or rainstorm
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  1. The falling of such drops; shower or rainstorm
  2. Water that condenses from water vapor in the atmosphere and falls to Earth as separate drops from clouds. Rain forms primarily in three ways: at weather fronts, when the water vapor in the warmer mass of air cools and condenses; along mountain ranges, when a warm mass of air is forced to rise over a mountain and its water vapor cools and condenses; and by convection in hot climates, when the water vapor in suddenly rising masses of warm air cools and condenses.
  3. A heavy or abundant fall:
Water that is falling or has fallen as rain, and is soft, containing relatively little soluble mineral matter
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  1. Water that is falling or has fallen as rain, and is soft, containing relatively little soluble mineral matter
Water drawn directly from a tap or faucet.
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  1. Water drawn directly from a tap or faucet.
Water, containing dissolved minerals, which has been treated in any of several ways (filtering, aerating etc) before being bottled; used either therapeutically or out of preference.
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  1. Water, containing dissolved minerals, which has been treated in any of several ways (filtering, aerating etc) before being bottled; used either therapeutically or out of preference.
  2. Naturally occurring or prepared water that contains dissolved mineral salts, elements, or gases.
Any water containing dissolved salt; brine
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A solution of calcium hydroxide in water, used to neutralize acids and to absorb carbon dioxide from the air
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  1. A solution of calcium hydroxide in water, used to neutralize acids and to absorb carbon dioxide from the air
Pure water; esp., distilled water
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  1. Pure water; esp., distilled water
A jump or leap forward or upward, or the distance covered by this
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  1. A jump or leap forward or upward, or the distance covered by this
  2. A flow of water from the ground, often a source of a stream, pond, etc.
  3. (Archit.) The line or plane in which an arch or vault rises from its impost
A large inland body of standing fresh or salt water. Lakes generally form in depressions, such as those created by glacial or volcanic action; they may also form when a section of a river becomes dammed or when a channel is isolated by a change in a river's course.
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  1. A large inland body of standing fresh or salt water. Lakes generally form in depressions, such as those created by glacial or volcanic action; they may also form when a section of a river becomes dammed or when a channel is isolated by a change in a river's course.
  2. A large pool of liquid:
  3. For the names of actual lakes, see the specific element of the name; for example, Erie, Lake; Lucerne, Lake of; Lomond, Loch. Other geographic names beginning with Lake are entered under Lake; for example, Lake Charles, Louisiana.
The great body of salt water that covers approximately 71% of the surface of the earth
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  1. The great body of salt water that covers approximately 71% of the surface of the earth
  2. Any of the principal divisions of the ocean, including the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic, and Southern Oceans.
  3. The continuous body of salt water that covers 72 percent of the Earth's surface. The average salinity of ocean water is approximately three percent. The deepest known area of the ocean, at 11,034 m (36,192 ft) is the Mariana Trench , located in the western Pacific Ocean.
A barrier against the passage of liquid or loose material, as a rubber sheet used in dentistry to isolate one or more teeth from the rest of the mouth.
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  1. A barrier against the passage of liquid or loose material, as a rubber sheet used in dentistry to isolate one or more teeth from the rest of the mouth.
  2. A barrier built to hold back flowing water
  3. A barrier constructed across a waterway to control the flow or raise the level of water.
A large body of either fresh or salt water that is completely enclosed by land, such as the Caspian Sea.
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  1. A large body of either fresh or salt water that is completely enclosed by land, such as the Caspian Sea.
  2. A region of water within an ocean and partly enclosed by land, such as the North Sea.
  3. The condition of the ocean's surface with regard to its course, flow, swell, or turbulence:
A tempered paste of wet clay and sand that serves as waterproofing when dry.
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  1. A tempered paste of wet clay and sand that serves as waterproofing when dry.
  2. A small pool of water, especially rainwater.
(Colloquial) The Atlantic Ocean. Especially in across the pond.
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  1. (Colloquial) The Atlantic Ocean. Especially in across the pond.
  2. An inland body of standing water, either natural or man-made, that is smaller than a lake.
A bay or harbor
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  1. A bay or harbor
  2. An artificially enclosed area of a river or harbor designed so that the water level remains unaffected by tidal changes.
  3. A region drained by a river and its tributaries.
Any similar or plentiful stream or flow
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  1. Any similar or plentiful stream or flow
  2. A wide, natural stream of fresh water that flows into an ocean or other large body of water and is usually fed by smaller streams, called tributaries, that enter it along its course. A river and its tributaries form a drainage basin, or watershed, that collects the runoff throughout the region and channels it along with erosional sediments toward the river. The sediments are typically deposited most heavily along the river's lower course, forming floodplains along its banks and a delta at its mouth.
  3. A stream or abundant flow:
The area of water enclosed by a circular coral reef, or atoll
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  1. The area of water enclosed by a circular coral reef, or atoll
  2. A shallow body of salt water close to the sea but separated from it by a narrow strip of land, such as a barrier island, or by a coral reef.
  3. A shallow pond or lake close to a larger lake or river but separated from it by a barrier such as a levee.
A small intercellular space, often containing resin, essential oil, or some other secreted matter.
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  1. A small intercellular space, often containing resin, essential oil, or some other secreted matter.
  2. A place where anything is collected and stored, generally in large quantity; esp., a natural or artificial lake or pond in which water is collected and stored for use
  3. A natural or artificial pond or lake used for the storage and regulation of water.
A surnamefor someone living by a brook.
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  1. A surnamefor someone living by a brook.
  2. A female given name of modern usage; more often spelled Brooke.
  3. A small stream, usually not so large as a river
A large amount or number moving or occurring in steady succession:
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  1. A large amount or number moving or occurring in steady succession:
  2. A current or flow of water or other liquid, esp. one running along the surface of the earth; specif., a small river
  3. A flow of water in a channel or bed, as a brook, rivulet, or small river.
A steep fall of water, as of a stream, from a height; cascade
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  1. A steep fall of water, as of a stream, from a height; cascade
A sluggish stream that meanders through lowlands, marshes, or plantation grounds.
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  1. A sluggish stream that meanders through lowlands, marshes, or plantation grounds.
  2. A slow-moving, often stagnant creek or river.
  3. In some parts of the S U.S., a sluggish, marshy inlet or outlet of a lake, river, etc.
To rain lightly or infrequently
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  1. To rain lightly or infrequently
  2. To cause (a substance) to fall in fine drops (for a liquid substance) or small pieces (for a solid substance).
  3. To scatter (water, sand, etc.) in drops or particles
To apply a spray to (a surface); hit with a spray.
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  1. To apply a spray to (a surface); hit with a spray.
  2. To shoot out a spray
  3. To be shot out as a spray
To irrigate land or crops.
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  1. To irrigate land or crops.
  2. To refresh by or as by watering
  3. To supply (land) with water by means of ditches or artificial channels or by sprinklers
To remove (a stain, for example) by continued immersion:
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  1. To remove (a stain, for example) by continued immersion:
  2. To pass or penetrate as a liquid does; permeate
  3. To stay immersed in water or other liquid for wetting, softening, etc.
To steep in a mixture, as in pickling.
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  1. To steep in a mixture, as in pickling.
  2. To attack by swooping down on. Used of a bird of prey.
  3. To become immersed or soaking wet.
(Informal) To put out (a light or fire) quickly
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  1. (Informal) To put out (a light or fire) quickly
  2. To put out (a light or fire); extinguish:
  3. To wet thoroughly; drench.
To urinate.
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  1. To urinate.
  2. To make wet; dampen:
  3. To become wet.
To make or become moist
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  1. To make or become moist
  2. (Intransitive) To become moist or moister.
A temporary rise of the water level, as in a river or lake or along a seacoast, resulting in its spilling over and out of its natural or artificial confines onto land that is normally dry. Floods are usually caused by excessive runoff from precipitation or snowmelt, or by coastal storm surges or other tidal phenomena. &diamf3; Floods are sometimes described according to their statistical occurrence. A fifty-year flood is a flood having a magnitude that is reached in a particular location on average once every fifty years. In any given year there is a two percent statistical chance of the occurrence of a fifty-year flood and a one percent chance of a hundred-year flood .
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  1. A temporary rise of the water level, as in a river or lake or along a seacoast, resulting in its spilling over and out of its natural or artificial confines onto land that is normally dry. Floods are usually caused by excessive runoff from precipitation or snowmelt, or by coastal storm surges or other tidal phenomena. &diamf3; Floods are sometimes described according to their statistical occurrence. A fifty-year flood is a flood having a magnitude that is reached in a particular location on average once every fifty years. In any given year there is a two percent statistical chance of the occurrence of a fifty-year flood and a one percent chance of a hundred-year flood .
  2. To put much or too much water, fuel, etc. on or in
  3. To become inundated or submerged:
To overwhelm as if with a flood; swamp:
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  1. To overwhelm as if with a flood; swamp:
  2. To cover or engulf with a flood; deluge
  3. To cover with water, especially floodwaters.
To splash, spot, or soil with such drops or blobs
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  1. To splash, spot, or soil with such drops or blobs
  2. To spot, splash, or soil with drops or small amounts:
  3. To come forth in drops or small amounts:
To separate into parts with a sharp-edged instrument; sever:
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  1. To separate into parts with a sharp-edged instrument; sever:
  2. To form or shape by severing or incising:
  3. To perform:
To lessen the force, strength, purity, or brilliance of, especially by admixture.
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  1. To lessen the force, strength, purity, or brilliance of, especially by admixture.
  2. To change or weaken (in brilliance, force, effect, etc.) by mixing with something else
  3. To thin down or weaken as by mixing with water or other liquid
In a thin manner:
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  1. In a thin manner:
  2. In a thin way
  3. So as to be thin:
To make or become weak or weaker.
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  1. To make or become weak or weaker.
  2. (Intransitive) To become weaker.
To become filled with tears:
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  1. To become filled with tears:
  2. To cause to be pulled apart unintentionally, as by accident:
  3. To become torn:
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