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- n. Agent noun of the verb, to water; one who waters.
- n. A device used for watering.
- n. A device from which livestock or poultry may drink.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, waters.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who waters, in any sense of the word: as, a stock-waterer.
- n. That with which one waters; a vessel, utensil, or other contrivance for sprinkling water on plants, watering animals, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who waters plants or crops
- n. an assistant who supplies drinking water
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Darn thing went clean through the now deceased possum and both sides of the waterer.
I once shot a hole in a galvanized steel chicken waterer with one of those 65 gr SSS .22 rounds while shooting at a possum in the hen house through a nopen access door.
If there are automatic waterers, the staff will check to make sure nobody has made hay soup and/or pooped in his waterer.
They did not need to be watered yet, but I held the plastic plant waterer up to them, to see what it would be like to water them.
Dip their little heads in the poultry waterer and soon they will be dipping their beaks into the water and raising their heads to swallow it down.
I went to Lowe's and asked for plants that could withstand intense heat and an absent waterer.
Guess what undiscovered talent his new, cute, but ditsy hired plant-waterer Drew Barrymore turns out to possess?
Manmade snow is simply waterer mixed with compressed air and then sprayed into subfreezing temperatures.
It was clumsily done; he was a mere waterer of horses; but Tom liked the man for it, and felt it more than going away.
They have a self-feeder and waterer, but we need someone to come over and give them some laptime.