Definitions

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  • n. Water originating from a spring.
  • n. Water purported to be from and marketed as spring water but in actuality mostly or entirely filtered or tap water

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “In its day, children, this was the most desirable tourist house in upstate New York, nestled between two mountains with a lake fed by springwater that was once so crystal clear you could see the eyes of fish swimming around.”

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  • Iolanthe turned to Jack: I have the Firestone, the Basin, and the springwater.

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  • After that second cleansing Iolanthe had departed immediately, boarding a waiting private jet—taking the Basin, some springwater, and the Firestone with her—while Pooh Bear and his team were pushed onto this military helicopter with orders to find the Fourth Vertex and plant the Pillar there.

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  • Carnivore said, “After the Fourth Pillar is cleansed in the Basin, the Basin itself and some springwater will be dispatched to meet my Fifth Pillar at Diego Garcia, where West the Elder will use his influence in the US military to warrant its safe passage into and out of the American base there.”

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  • “We collect as much of the springwater as we can carry.”

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  • “We have the Basin, the springwater, and we know the location of the Fourth Vertex,” Pooh Bear said.

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  • The only sound was that of the soft trickle of springwater issuing from it.

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  • Ewers of springwater were emptied, the plates of cheese, dried meats, and bread reduced to crumbs.

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  • His story was that he had high blood pressure and his doctor had advised him to go somewhere with fresh air and springwater.

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  • It was a ramshackle cabin overgrown with lilacs and brambles but it had springwater and a path through a stand of black pines to a lake not much larger than a pond.

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