water rat

NOUN
  1. any of various amphibious rats
  2. a person who enjoys being in or on the water
  3. common large Eurasian vole
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How To Use water rat In A Sentence

  • This greater tolerance may be due to the presence of seawater rather than fresh water.
  • Down here is all darkness, the only sound the slur of rain in the dirt, water rats scratching inside the walls.
  • It cut its teeth on water rat, badger, otter and fox in its native Yorkshire, England, then proved to be an excellent watchdog and retriever, too.
  • Any weight loss will be mostly water rather than body fat and will be regained when normal eating is restarted.
  • Actually the problem in Cornwall is that they voted for low water rates for a long time when water was in the hands of local authorities. The Taxing Miss Julia Goldsworthy
  • At the first spluttering sounds of the water ration's arrival through the pipes in the predawn dark, bodies spring from beds to fill buckets and pots.
  • Nick: haha, sweet finding our kitchen cloth submerged in greasy water, in a pot that could've been easily cleaned right after cooking but has been left so that everything is caked on and requires scrubbing, in a sink full of food scraps and dirty water rather than dry, on the side Discussions
  • Travellers, short on water rations, have died drinking the milky sap of its poisonous foliage.
  • I'm more than happy we'll be drinking desalinized water rather than recycled water from the treatment plant.
  • Both berkukes and kuskusu may be steamed over water rather than stew, in which case they are usually sauced with milk or yoghurt.
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