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The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
  • n. A clear, colorless, odorless, and tasteless liquid, H2O, essential for most plant and animal life and the most widely used of all solvents. Freezing point 0°C (32°F); boiling point 100°C (212°F); specific gravity (4°C) 1.0000; weight per gallon (15°C) 8.338 pounds (3.782 kilograms).
  • n. Any of various forms of water: waste water.
  • n. Naturally occurring mineral water, as at a spa. Often used in the plural.
  • n. A body of water such as a sea, lake, river, or stream.
  • n. A particular stretch of sea or ocean, especially that of a state or country: escorted out of British waters.
  • n. A supply of water: had to turn off the water while repairing the broken drain.
  • n. A water supply system.
  • n. Any of the fluids normally secreted from the body, such as urine, perspiration, tears, or saliva.
  • n. A fluid present in a body part in abnormal quantities as a result of injury or disease: water on the knee.
  • n. The fluid surrounding a fetus in the uterus; amniotic fluid.
  • n. An aqueous solution of a substance, especially a gas: ammonia water.
  • n. A wavy finish or sheen, as of a fabric or metal.
  • n. The valuation of the assets of a business firm beyond their real value.
  • n. Stock issued in excess of paid-in capital.
  • n. The transparency and luster of a gem.
  • n. A level of excellence.
  • v. To pour or sprinkle water on; make wet: watered the garden.
  • v. To give drinking water to.
  • v. To lead (an animal) to drinking water.
  • v. To dilute or weaken by adding water: a bar serving whiskey that had been watered.
  • v. To give a sheen to the surface of (silk, linen, or metal).
  • v. To increase (the number of shares of stock) without increasing the value of the assets represented.
  • v. To irrigate (land).
  • verb-intransitive. To produce or discharge fluid, as from the eyes.
  • verb-intransitive. To salivate in anticipation of food: The wonderful aroma from the kitchen makes my mouth water.
  • verb-intransitive. To take on a supply of water, as a ship.
  • verb-intransitive. To drink water, as an animal.
  • phrasal-verb. water down To reduce the strength or effectiveness of: "It seemed clear by late autumn that the ban would be significantly watered down or removed altogether before the trade bill became law” ( George R. Packard).
  • idiom. above water Out of difficulty or trouble.
  • idiom. water under the bridge A past occurrence, especially something unfortunate, that cannot be undone or rectified: All that is now just water under the bridge.
  • Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
  • n. A chemical, found at room temperature and pressure as a clear liquid, having the formula H₂O, required by all forms of life on Earth.
  • n. Mineral water.
  • n. Spa water.
  • n. One of the four basic elements.
  • n. One of the five basic elements (see Wikipedia article on the Classical elements).
  • n. Any body of water, or a specific part of it.
  • n. Amniotic fluid; used in plural in the UK and in singular in North America.
  • n. A state of affairs; conditions; usually with an adjective indicating an adverse condition.
  • n. A serving of water.
  • n. A person's intuition.
  • n. Fluids in the body, especially when causing swelling.
  • n. Excess valuation of securities.
  • v. To pour water into the soil surrounding (plants).
  • v. To provide (animals) with water.
  • v. To urinate.
  • v. To dilute.
  • v. To overvalue (securities), especially through deceptive accounting.
  • v. To fill with or secrete water.
  • the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
  • n. The fluid which descends from the clouds in rain, and which forms rivers, lakes, seas, etc.
  • n. A body of water, standing or flowing; a lake, river, or other collection of water.
  • n. Any liquid secretion, humor, or the like, resembling water; esp., the urine.
  • n. A solution in water of a gaseous or readily volatile substance.
  • n. The limpidity and luster of a precious stone, especially a diamond. Hence, of the first water, that is, of the first excellence.
  • n. A wavy, lustrous pattern or decoration such as is imparted to linen, silk, metals, etc. See Water, v. t., 3, Damask, v. t., and Damaskeen.
  • n. An addition to the shares representing the capital of a stock company so that the aggregate par value of the shares is increased while their value for investment is diminished, or “diluted.”
  • v. To wet or supply with water; to moisten; to overflow with water; to irrigate
  • v. To supply with water for drink; to cause or allow to drink.
  • v. To wet and calender, as cloth, so as to impart to it a lustrous appearance in wavy lines; to diversify with wavelike lines. Cf. Water, n., 6.
  • v. To add water to (anything), thereby extending the quantity or bulk while reducing the strength or quality; to extend; to dilute; to weaken.
  • verb-intransitive. To shed, secrete, or fill with, water or liquid matter.
  • verb-intransitive. To get or take in water.
  • The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • n. A wavy or marbled effect produced on a textile fabric, as grosgrain silk, by pressure and moisture. See watered.
  • n. A sheen or surface given to metal, by heat and pressure, resembling the ripples or the play of light on water.
  • n. See dead-water.
  • n. Standing water, as contrasted with running or circulating water.
  • n. A transparent, inodorous, tasteless fluid, H2O.
  • n. Specifically— Rain.
  • n. Mineral water. See mineral.
  • n. plural Waves, as of the sea; surges; a flood.
  • n. A limited body of water, as an ocean, a sea, or a lake; often, in provincial English and Scotch use, a river or lake: as, Derwent Water (lake); Gala Water (stream).
  • n. Any aqueous or liquid secretion, exudation, humor, etc., of an animal body.
  • n. Sweat; perspiration.
  • n. Saliva; spittle.
  • n. Urine.
  • n. The aqueous or vitreous humor of the eye; eye-water.
  • n. The serous effusion of dropsy, in a blister, and the like: as, water on the brain.
  • n. plural In obstetrics, the liquor amnii.
  • n. A distilled liquor, essence, extract, or the like. See strong water, under strong.
  • n. In pharmacy, a solution of a volatile oil, or of a volatile substance like ammonia or camphor, in water.
  • n. Transparency, as of water: the property of a precious stone in which it s beauty chiefly consists, involving also its refracting power.
  • n. The waterside; the shore of a sea, lake, stream, or the like, considered with or a part from its inhabitants; specifically, a watering-place; a seaside resort.
  • n. In finance, additional shares created by watering stock. See water, transitive verb, 4.
  • n. Glycerin.
  • n. To float to the surface, as any sunken object.
  • n. See cast.
  • n. Hence— To weaken in a contest; back out or back down.
  • n. A water of somewhat similar composition from the Vichy Spring in Saratoga. See Saratoga waters.
  • n. Whisky, brandy, or other alcoholic liquor: a translation of the Irish and Gaelic name of whisky, and of the French name of brandy (eau-de-vie). Compare aquavitæ.
  • n. The foaming water in rap ids or swiftly flowing shallows.
  • n. Foam churned up by a whale.
  • To put water into or upon; moisten, dilute, sprinkle, or soak with water; specifically, to irrigate.
  • To supply with water for drinking; feed with water: said of animals.
  • To produce by moistening and pressure upon (silk, or other fabric) a sort of pattern on which there is a changeable play of light. See watered silk, under watered.
  • To increase (the nominal capital of a corporation) by the issue of new shares without a corresponding increase of actual capital. Justification for such a transaction is usually sought by claiming that the property and franchises have increased in value, so that an increase of stock is necessary in order fairly to represent existing capital.
  • To give out, emit, discharge, or secrete water.
  • To gather saliva as a symptom of appetite: said of the mouth or teeth, and in figurative use noting vehement desire or craving.
  • To get or take in water: as, the ship put into port to water; specifically, to drink water.
  • WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
  • v. provide with water
  • n. binary compound that occurs at room temperature as a clear colorless odorless tasteless liquid; freezes into ice below 0 degrees centigrade and boils above 100 degrees centigrade; widely used as a solvent
  • n. the part of the earth's surface covered with water (such as a river or lake or ocean)
  • v. secrete or form water, as tears or saliva
  • n. liquid excretory product
  • n. a facility that provides a source of water
  • n. once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (Empedocles)
  • v. fill with tears
  • n. a liquid necessary for the life of most animals and plants
  • v. supply with water, as with channels or ditches or streams
  • Verb Form
    watered    watering    waters   
    Words that are more generic or abstract
    furnish    provide    supply    render    secrete    release    excretory product    body waste    excrement    excreta   
    damask    damaskeen   
    Words with the same meaning
    moisten    irrigate    extend    dilute    weaken    aquatic    hydraulic    calender    moiré    moire   
    Words with the same terminal sound
    daughter    slaughter   
    Same Context
    Words that are found in similar contexts
    air    sea    blood    oil    land    food    place    unknown    grind    body