Definition of Spring water

1. Noun. Underground water that is held in the soil and in pervious rocks.

Exact synonyms: Ground Water, Well Water
Generic synonyms: H2o, Water



2. Noun. Water from a spring.
Generic synonyms: Water

Definition of Spring water

1. Noun. (alternative form of springwater) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spring Water

spring peeper
spring peepers
spring quillwort
spring roll
spring rolls
spring scale
spring squill
spring tide
spring tides
spring to life
spring to mind
spring training
spring up
spring vetch
spring vetchling
spring water (current term)
springal
springald
springalds
springals
springboard
springboarded
springboarding
springboards
springbok
springboks
springbuck
springcreekite
springe
springed

Literary usage of Spring water

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1. Journal by Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1875)
"FILTERED THAMES WATER, AND spring water FROM CHALK STRATA. ... spring water, obtained from chalk strata, owes its Origin to the rain that falls on the tops ..."

2. An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origins and Migrations, and the by Abraham Fornander, John F. G. Stokes (1885)
"Tab., wai- puna, spring water, bubbling water; Sam., puna, spring up, boil up, bubble; s. spring of water. Tong., Marqu., puna, id. Tagal., ma-punga, liquid ..."

3. Medico-physical Works: Being a Translation of Tractatus Quinque Medico-physici by John Mayow (1907)
"For if salt of tartar is mixed with spring-water, precipitation usually takes ... And this, too, is the reason that soap does not mix with spring-water ..."

4. The Principles of Hygiene: A Practical Manual for Students, Physicians, and by David Hendricks Bergey (1901)
"Ordinary spring-water usually contains the gases of the atmosphere in solution. ... The temperature of spring-water is usually lower than that of the ..."

5. The Principles of Hygiene: A Practical Manual for Students, Physicians, and by David Hendricks Bergey (1912)
"Ordinary spring-water usually contains the gases of the atmosphere in solution. ... The temperature of spring-water is usually lower than that of the ..."

6. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1922)
"... in the form of seepage, or percolating waters only, he is not entitled to relief by injunction against owners diverting the spring water through pipes. ..."

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