water spirit

NOUN
  1. a fairy that inhabits water
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How To Use water spirit In A Sentence

  • That longan blinks to anticipate treatment of water spirit, gaze at small fox black 78 black slightly distress face.
  • The parallel antelope masking forms of the Ijebu Agbo society are associated with a water spirit of Ijo derivation based on the African water chevrotain.
  • The Water Spirit and the witch Jeibaba act as parental figures, trying to preserve their daughter's maidenhead.
  • Nothing else was about, save for the pile of small stones heaped by the grateful as a thank-offering to the ancient water spirit of the place.
  • Nothing else was about, save for the pile of small stones heaped by the grateful as a thank-offering to the ancient water spirit of the place.
  • They are also unified conceptually by the fact that all have to do with water spirits and the symbolism of Japan's indigenous animistic religion, Shinto.
  • On lakes and rivers, canals and waterways, tiny lotus-shaped boats are set afloat with candles, incense sticks and flowers to honour and entertain the water spirits.
  • The water spirit! With your magic power, protect me! ―― Water shield!
  • But the artist also alludes to African cult figures like Mami Wata, a Nigerian water spirit who is often ‘embraced,’ as the artist says, by snakes.
  • Festivals almost always feature waterborne activities, ranging from athletic events like blindfolded canoe races to rituals that include offerings to water spirits.
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