Did you by any chance mean watermark?
- n. alternative spelling of water park.
“One of the pools of this mexican waterpark, is shin deep with an arch from which falls a curtain of water that children can turn on and off by rotating a wheel.”
“PPS: Following the bankruptcy of the Beach, a new waterpark is being built in Albuquerque, while the old Beach remains a memorial to our foolishness.”
“Another regressive belly-slides down the waterpark of ignorance and panic.”
“Maximum occupancy is 6. /www.greatwolf.com/niagara/waterpark”
“Given that Coach Trip's typical participants are usually only happy when they stop off at a waterpark or a shopping mall, you wonder what three weeks of bleak Scandinavian winter will do to them.”
“The list from the senators included examples of spending which has skirted that requirement, such as a city awarding funds received from the Department of Housing and Urban Development for a new indoor waterpark.”
“In December Stenger opened a $20 million, 57-suite hotel, and construction also is underway for an indoor ice rink a $70 million hotel, indoor waterpark, spa and conference center.”
“When Victoria Beasley, 15, of North Springfield went to a San Antonio waterpark, she says she had too much fun to message right away.”
“At the beach, they like to spend time by the ocean, hit a waterpark, do a sushi restaurant, play miniature golf.”
“PALCA: The point here is if you want to build a waterpark in Alaska or a ski slope in the Arabian Desert, you can do it.”
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