well water

  1. underground water that is held in the soil and in pervious rocks
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How To Use well water In A Sentence

  • During the summer, keep the plants well watered, feed occasionally, and remove any sideshoots or decaying leaves.
  • The population in these villages still uses well water.
  • The most distinctive land-mark in the parish is the Rimswell water tower, built in 1916 to serve South Holderness with water.
  • Where I live in downstate NY, we have city water, east of here they have well water.
  • Plants were well watered prior to the dehydration experiments.
  • Evergreens, especially broadleaf evergreens, need to be well watered and mulched before winter because the leaves will continue to lose moisture throughout the winter.
  • Because the well water is discoloured and foul-smelling, people have to walk about two kilometres looking for cleaner water.
  • At present, 90 per cent of Saudi Arabia's non-renewable deep-well water is utilised for agricultural purposes.
  • The chihuahua is the size of a treat. kal-el: [quote comment = "144184″] R eminds me to look for a house with well water in the burbs [/ quote] ... Hoboken 411
  • The significance of 34.3, ‘Then throw me into well water,’ is lost in the present version, by the position of the line _after_ the ‘burning gleed,’ as it seems the reciter regarded the well-water merely as a means of extinguishing the gleed. Ballads of Mystery and Miracle and Fyttes of Mirth Popular Ballads of the Olden Times - Second Series
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