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Synonyms for swim

go swimming

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reel

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be covered in

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  • be covered in
  • be immersed in
  • be soaked in
  • be drenched in
  • be saturated in

Synonyms for swim

to have the sensation of turning in circles

the act of swimming

Synonyms for swim

be afloat either on or below a liquid surface and not sink to the bottom

be dizzy or giddy

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be covered with or submerged in a liquid

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move as if gliding through water

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After the water is heated, it passes through a water feature lagoon, referred to as the flow-through lagoon, which is not a swimmable water feature.
But I know that in Northern Gaza, where water treatment is impossible without power or fuel, the beaches aren't swimmable, the water not drinkable --I've read, in a UN report, that at least 75% of the drinking water in Gaza is polluted.
The Millstream house, which features hardwood floors and a detached garage, is across the street from a swimmable stream.
But it is the worst of times in that progress today has essentially plateaued far short of the national goal, stated in the very first section of the 1974 Clean Water Act, of having fishable and swimmable waters.
Can you briefly describe why that is needed and are we on track with Governor Pataki's goal of making the Hudson River swimmable by 2009?
One guy significantly modified the pump on his swimmable pond to improve water flow, then posted an in-depth description with photos showing exactly what he did.
In the off-season or winter months, the smaller waves and weak tides make these beaches swimmable.
The COP articulates a need to set goals, yet it overlooks the tact that a reasonable goal--to have fishable, swimmable waters--was set more than three decades ago, under the Clean Water Act in 1972," says Jackie Savitz, director of Oceana's pollution campaign.
CHILLY PARADISE The postcard image of coral that most people have comes from shallow waters at pleasantly swimmable temperatures, 23[degrees]C to 29[degrees]C.
The Clean Water Act still calls for swimmable streams and fishable rivers, but its jurisdiction no longer includes the huge factory feedlots or some 60 percent of the nation's wetland habitat.
Likewise, the 1972 Clean Water Act promised that all of our lakes, rivers, and streams would be fishable and swimmable.
States, tribes, and commonwealths routinely abuse this discretionary authority to circumvent the most basic objectives of the CWA: to prohibit discharge of toxic substances in toxic amounts, ensure that all waters be swimmable and fish.
Herb Gray, the Canadian Chair of the International Joint Commission (IJC) Canada - USA, provided an overview of the conservation efforts at the IJC and the development of reliable Environmental Indicators that measure progress (or lack thereof) in the effectiveness of making Great Lakes water more drinkable, swimmable, and fishable as in safe to eat.
One is the creative use of a clear goal that resonated with the public: a swimmable Lower Charles River by 2005.