Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of water.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of water.

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Examples

  • If the waters are green or brown, see ‘Green or brown waters’.

    Chapter 11

  • My sins cry aloud; Cain's murder did so: my afflictions cry aloud; _the floods have lifted up their voice_ (and waters are afflictions), _but thou, O Lord, art mightier than the voice of many waters_; [307] than many temporal, many spiritual afflictions, than any of either kind: and why dost thou not speak to me in that voice?

    Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions Together with Death's Duel

  • Thou promisest to heal their waters, but _their miry places and standing waters_, thou sayest there, _thou wilt not heal_. [

    Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions Together with Death's Duel

  • See the effect of it: The breadth of the waters is straitened, that is, the waters that had spread themselves, and flowed with liberty, are congealed, benumbed, arrested, bound up in crystal fetters.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)

  • We have had hundreds of years since to decide what we call the waters surrounding us.

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  • We have had hundreds of years since to decide what we call the waters surrounding us.

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  • We have had hundreds of years since to decide what we call the waters surrounding us.

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  • We have had hundreds of years since to decide what we call the waters surrounding us.

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  • We have had hundreds of years since to decide what we call the waters surrounding us.

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  • We have had hundreds of years since to decide what we call the waters surrounding us.

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