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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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When Makers Mark was thinking of potentially watering down its bourbon, in order to meet the growing demand, they legally could not dilute the bourbon to under 80 proof, 40 percent alcohol by volume.
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs also said that the Obama administration had no intention of watering down...
Spellings insisted that Catholic schools can take public funds without watering down their sectarian approach.
Unfortunately, however, the Commission's proposals for reform risk watering down the Pact, resulting in an erosion of fiscal discipline.
Each 15- to 25-page chapter is full of terrific visual material, and the author's writing is clear and compelling, without over-simplifying or watering down material.
The RMA was aggressive in helping to shape this legislation and even more diligent after the auto industry was successful in watering down the tire pressure monitoring aspects.
Ricci became "Chinese with the Chinese" in order to better inculturate the Catholic faith, an experiment which ended when others, especially the Dominicans, attacked it as 'watering down' Christianity itself.