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a cascade of water, especially from a river or stream, dropping from a higher to a lower point
a faint design made in some paper during manufacture that is visible when held against the light and typically identifies the maker
a 1995-movie by Kevin Reynolds with Kevin Costner (A mutated mariner fights starvation and outlaw 'smokers,' and reluctantly helps a woman and a young girl try to find dry land)
a 2011-movie by Francis Lawrence with Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon (A student abandons his studies after his parents are killed and joins a traveling circus as their vet
a large African antelope occurring near rivers and lakes in the savannah
a predatory aquatic bug that swims on its back using its long back legs as oars
to add water to a drink, usually an alcoholic drink, in order to make it less strong
smelling, looking, or sounding delicious (highly attractive or tempting)
the famous battle fought in 1815, in which Napoleon’s army was defeated by the British and Prussians
a person who searches for underground water by using a dowsing rod
a portable water container with a long spout and a detachable perforated cap, used for watering plants
a flush toilet
a flat, oblong container, typically made of rubber, that is filled with hot water and used for warmth
the zodiacal sign or constellation Aquarius
a river with a deep, slow-moving channel that flows through forested swamps and wetlands
judge people’s feelings or opinions before taking further action
submerged, flooded
a pub or bar where people go regularly to drink alcohol
a person in a completely unsuitable environment or situation
a nickname of Guinea
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conveyed by, travelling on, or involving travel or transport on water
a US political scandal in which an attempt to bug the national headquarters of the Democratic Party led to the resignation of President Nixon
another term for 'high tide'
any device for indicating the height of water in a reservoir, boiler, etc.
inflated floats that may be fixed to the arms of someone learning to swim to give increased buoyancy
water blessed by a priest and used in religious ceremonies
another term for yapok
whatever difficulties may occur
a device that ejects a powerful jet of water, typically used to disperse a crowd
closely sealed, fastened, or fitted so that no water enters or passes through
the large fruit of a plant of the gourd family, with smooth green skin, red pulp, and watery juice
fast shallow stretches of water in a river
a quiet or placid manner may conceal a passionate nature (proverb)
impervious to water
a game played in water in which two teams of swimmers try to get the ball into the other team's goal
do good without expecting gratitude or reward
lacking the will or ability to act effectively
in trouble or disgrace
water in which the hydrogen in the molecules is partly or wholly replaced by the isotope deuterium, used especially as a moderator in nuclear reactors

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