Definition of Making water
1. Noun. A euphemism for urination. "He had to take a leak"
Language type: Euphemism
Generic synonyms: Micturition, Urination
Derivative terms: Leaky
Lexicographical Neighbors of Making Water
Literary usage of Making water
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Instructions to Young Sportsmen, in All that Relates to Guns and Shooting by Peter Hawker, William Trotter Porter (1846)
"GREENFIELD'S NEW MACHINERY FOR making water-PROOF COPPER CAPS. 1844. The Board of Ordnance have now to thank Mr. Greenfield f<tr this most ingenious ..."
2. Instructions to Young Sportsmen in All that Relates to Guns and Shooting by Peter Hawker (1844)
"... NEW MACHINERY FOR making water-PROOF COPPER CAPS. 1844. The Board of Ordnance have now to thank Mr. Greenfield for this most ingenious discovery, ..."
3. Refrigeration, Cold Storage and Ice-making: A Practical Treatise on the Art by Alexander James Wallis-Tayler (1912)
"... System of Ice-Making—Water De- aerating or Distilling Apparatus—Vacuum System of Ice-Making-Imitation of Natural System—Ice Factories—Ice-Elevating and ..."
4. The Mineral Industry (1902)
"This process of making water and producer gas is alternated at intervals of five minutes or more, according to the quality of gas desired. ..."