Definitions

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  • n. The water in a lake.

Etymologies

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lake +‎ water

Examples

  • Look at him, he's shaken millions and millions of drops of lakewater all over the food.

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  • The clock has stopped that ticked yesterday so well? and hears the sound of lakewater splashing — that is now stone.

    Listening to silence | Her Bad Mother

  • A dam lets out bacteria-ridden lakewater for its journey under the mountains.

    The Canal From Hell

  • And of course, the tea is fresh boiled from lakewater.

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  • She coughed, flailing for a moment, spitting the lakewater out with disgust.

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  • I grew up on artesian well water, and though I don't spit out either New York's Croton-filtered product or Chicago's properly-distilled lakewater, I much prefer my Brita pitcher to the tap.

    keeping it all bottled up - Anil Dash

  • This year the clouds lifted; there was more blue in the sky, less mist upon the water, and it was this day last year that sorrow began to lap about his heart like soft lakewater.

    The Lake

  • The dim silver of half-lighted lakewater shot along below the terrace.

    Celt and Saxon — Volume 1

  • The hike is known for the vivid colors of the lakewater and a relentless series of switchbacks gaining nearly 3000ft in three miles.

    The Seattle Times

  • and hears the sound of lakewater splashing -- that is now stone.

    Listening to silence

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