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Water

Pronunciation of Water
/wˈɔːtə/, /wˈɔːtə/, /w_ˈɔː_t_ə/

Antonyms for water:

dehydrate.

Synonyms for water:

fluid (adjective)

solution.

Sense 1

runoff, waterhole, famine, drum, starvation, peckish, loch, millpond, utilities, the deep, the briny, starved, ravenous, underfed, estuary, soak, rumble, gurgle, ravening, famished.

Sense 2

hungry, mere, the Caribbean, channel, starving, appetite, pond, brine, attenuate, watering hole.

Sense 3

lagoon, mixer, hunger, reservoir.

Sense 5

weaken.

Sense 7

tank.

Sense 8

L.

Sense 18

cut.

arachnid

spider.

dissolvent

solvent.

inlet

fiord.

moisten

waterlog.

swimming

aquatic.

waterfall

cascade.

waterway

canal.

Sense 2 (noun)

lagoon, reservoir, pond.

Sense 3 (noun)

attenuate, weaken, cut.

Sense 5 (noun)

brine.

Sense 7 (noun)

channel.

Sense 9 (noun)

mere, millpond, loch, tank, L.

beverage (noun)

milk, drink, eggnog, lemonade, beer, soft drink, milk shake, beverage, pop, ale, tea, nectar, juice, cocoa, soda, soda pop, coffee, liquor, punch.

moisture (noun)

wetness.

pure liquid hydrogen and oxygen (noun)

drink, h2o, aqua, rain.

river (noun)

brook, rivulet, freshet, torrent, creek, watercourse, stream, river, flood.

stream (noun)

flow, jet, high tide, tidal wave, wave, waterfall, cataract.

water (noun)

dilution, bath, water supply, irrigate, moisture, sea, ocean, h2o, wetness, irrigation, rain, dew, piddle, lake, immersion, sprinkle, aqua, deluge, water system, weewee, body of water.

waterway (noun)

canal.

wet (noun)

wet.

dampen; put water in (verb)

moisten, soak, wet, irrigate, sprinkle, bathe, spray, flood, drench, weaken.

moisten (verb)

humidify, splash, moisten, splatter, wet, spray, dampen.

weaken (verb)

adulterate.

Usage examples for water:

  • It is either that, or the water. - "The Case and The Girl", Randall Parrish.
  • They were in hot water this time, for sure. - "The Copper-Clad World", Harl Vincent.
  • I'll give you some water in a moment. - "The Created Legend", Feodor Sologub.

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