Waters

[ UK /wˈɔːtəz/ ]
[ US /ˈwɔtɝz/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States actress and singer (1896-1977)
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How To Use Waters In A Sentence

  • A dislocated wrist, unsuccessfuily set, occasioned advice from my surgeon, to try the mineral waters of Aix, in Provence, as a corroborant. Autobiography
  • Estuaries (where fresh river water meets salty ocean water) are examples of brackish waters.
  • And there is plenty of food here-both the trawls and acoustic surveys have revealed an abundant supply of myctophid lanternfish, the most common prey eaten by large Humboldt squid in these waters in other years. Scientific American
  • He said last night the move would prevent the waters from being looted and pillaged by other EU members, and introduce effective conservation of fish stocks.
  • North African catfish live in a variety of freshwater environments, including quiet waters like lakes, ponds, and pools.
  • It's natural that transitions to new technology may be somewhat disruptive, and there are several methods companies use to navigate these rough waters.
  • And four dragger captains fined two thousand apiece for fishing redfish in closed waters. THE SHIPPING NEWS
  • Much of this additional nitrogen is retained or denitrified in the watershed, but a substantial amount enters groundwater and rivers and eventually is delivered to estuaries and the ocean.
  • Ten of us broke the ice across the harbour with our feet and glided our boats out into the liquid waters beyond.
  • In deeper waters, not enough light penetrates the depths, which means the reef's main food producers, algae and plankton, cannot photosynthesize.
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