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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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In Tanzania, a Serengeti Breweries Water of Life programme provided safe, clean water for over 80,000 people in the Temeke district, through the provision of a borehole system and automated solar water pump and storage tank, capable of providing 4,000 litres of water a day.
To make justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an everlasting stream, God gives us the water of life.
the "water of life"), that helped nurture Japan's love affair with the spirit.
The 90-page document is entitled Jesus Christ, the Bearer of the Water of Life: a Christian reflection on the New Age and should soon be available in Catholic bookstores.
This isn't great either, but Miss Glory Be, Ashtree Belle and Water Of Life are all capable of causing an upset.
It is doubtful that Deadeye or The Nightmare could ever contain the water of life; the fatalistic Vessel and Confessional certainly don't.
Sales of "the water of life" shot up by 6.4 per cent last year to pounds 2.3billion after a boost in Asian and Europe.
Alcohol was therefore held to be a remedy for practically all diseases, as indicated by the term whiskey, deriving from the Gaelic visce beathadh, "water of life."