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Synonyms for water

liquid

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get wet

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  • get wet
  • cry
  • weep
  • become wet
  • exude water

hold water

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in hot water

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  • in trouble
  • in a mess

pour cold water on or over something

water something down

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to lessen the strength of by or as if by admixture

to fill with tears

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Synonyms for water

once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (Empedocles)

a liquid necessary for the life of most animals and plants

supply with water, as with channels or ditches or streams

provide with water

secrete or form water, as tears or saliva

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fill with tears

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98 ml), suggesting that water deprivation more than counteracts the suppressive effect of inescapable shock preexposure.
In both Experiments 1 and 2, water deprivation may have had its effect directly on shuttle escape performance.
15) Unlike mammals, birds may increase their plasma osmolality in response to water deprivation and may tolerate higher plasma osmolality.
Water deprivation test in the dog: maximal normal values.
In Iran, Amnesty reports tales of severe beatings, prisoners detained in tiny crates and light, food and water deprivation, as well as the systematic denial of medical treatment.
Another possible explanation for the individual differences in proportion of self-control obtained when food is the reinforcer may be related to individual differences in the participants' food and water deprivation prior to participation in the experiment.
He survives in the harshest conditions on the meagrest of rations and the severest of water deprivation and is highly resistant to disease.
4] In addition to supporting a preliminary diagnosis, these tests are performed if the water deprivation test (discussed later) is ordered.
In each case, the DHS-silenced plants proved to be much more resilient to water deprivation.
Forced Molting and Euthanasia: As for ending the practice of forced molting of hens by "starvation" and water deprivation - egg companies do not advocate that to begin with.
Instead of being the first sign of water deprivation, this is the plant's defensive mechanism designed to reduce the rate of transpiration, the loss of water vapour from its leaves.
One important benefit of Yongye's "Shengmingsu" branded plant nutrient product is to help plants counteract the effects of water deprivation.
1974) and Davis, Prytula, Noble, and Mollenhour (1976) demonstrated that R and N odors differed between animals tested under food deprivation and animals tested under water deprivation.
Following Phase 1, motivational conditions of all test subjects were shifted such that animals experiencing food deprivation in Phase 1 experienced water deprivation, and vice versa.
The subjects were two squads of 24 male Wistar rats with histories of conditioned suppression training under water deprivation.