whitewater

[ US /ˈhwaɪtˌwɔtɝ, ˈwaɪtˌwɔtɝ/ ]
[ UK /wˈa‍ɪtwɔːtɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. frothy water as in rapids or waterfalls
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How To Use whitewater In A Sentence

  • The Senate Whitewater Committee hearings proved nothing, and its license to continue its fishing expedition has expired.
  • Whitewater rafting is thrilling on the Grande Ronde River. 12 Terrific Small Towns You’ve Never Heard Of | Impact Lab
  • The Senate Whitewater Committee hearings proved nothing, and its license to continue its fishing expedition has expired.
  • There's a childhood memory here that I want to pursue: a steel catwalk cantilevered off the side of Whitewater Canyon near Glenwood.
  • There's a lot of water pumping through the Fitzroy River at the moment and for a team of whitewater rafters that makes for exciting conditions.
  • The first morning we went whitewater rafting. The Sun
  • Yes, PLEASE someone say the word "whitewater" already, and let that "someone" be the media .... loud and clear. Hillary Spokesperson: Obama-Rezko Story Should "Set Off Alarm Bells In Newsrooms Across America"
  • Passengers on nearly every trip are treated to views of kayakers and rafters piloting the North Fork of the Payette, one of Idaho's best whitewater rivers.
  • The cantankerous aide organized support for health care reform, coordinated the Whitewater defense and helped chart the course to renomination.
  • There was tennis, mini-golf, whitewater rafting, summer toboganning and paragliding. Times, Sunday Times
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