from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Effervescent water, usually containing salts, charged under pressure with purified carbon dioxide gas, used as a beverage or mixer. Also called club soda, seltzer, soda, soda water.
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- n. Water containing carbon dioxide dissolved in it under pressure. This is not to be confused with Soda Water which is an entirely different substance because if it lost its carbonation, it would be called de-carbonated soda water.
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- n. effervescent beverage artificially charged with carbon dioxide
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Styles took a bottle of carbonated water from the cooler and cracked off the cap and dropped it between the duckboards and drank from the bottle.