Definition of Coconut water
1. Noun. Clear to whitish fluid from within a fresh coconut.
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Literary usage of Coconut water
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1. Fasting: The Ultimate Diet by Allan Cott (1997)
"Whenever I felt a hunger pang, I was allowed to sip coconut water through a straw. coconut water is rich in minerals and its caloric content is negligible. ..."
2. All about the "coconut Palm" (Cocos Nucifera): Including Practical by John Ferguson (1898)
"They are split and chucked about anyhow, rolling over muddy ground or dirty sandy soil clogged and damp with coconut water or over patches of cattle ..."
3. Crude Rubber and Compounding Ingredients: A Textbook of Rubber Manufacture by Henry Clemens Pearson (1918)
"coconut water.—Fermented coconut water has been found to be a cheap, satisfactory substitute for coagulating Hevea latex in place of acetic acid. ..."
4. A Taste of Jamaica by Paris Permenter, John Bigley (1999)
"In a bowl, break the coconut, making sure to save the coconut water. Using a hand grater, grate all the coconut meat and add it to a pint of vegetable stock ..."
5. Panama Adventure Guide by Patricia Katzman (2004)
"The coconut water is delicious and refreshing, but try the sugarcane juice only if you like sticky sweet drinks. ..."
6. Adventure Guide to St Vincent, Grenada and the Grenadines by Cindy Kilgorie Brown, Alan Moore (2003)
"It has medicinal functions too as coconut water contains sugar, minerals, amino acids and vitamin C. In World War II, coconut water was used as a substitute ..."