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Further, the Air Force official poured some cold water on the legacy of the Warthog—despite its popularity with the ground troops.
But maybe this is a necessary splash of cold water for gays, too: The era of the gay icon, the old-school diva, is over.
A brand new Washington Post/ABC poll splashed a little cold water across Democratic faces.
The freezing cold water of the lake likely preserved them for the next thousand years.
“I bent over to untie my shoelaces, and I felt an agent pouring cold water on me,” said Adonys, who has filed an asylum request.
Should the vapor not condense well, the test-tube may be immersed in a glass of cold water.
Upon these fire-eaters de Robeck has hitherto thrown cold water.
Then he would burst rudely into my solitude and while I sopped cold water over his injured members, he would blubber.
Starch is insoluble in cold water, but by boiling, it dissolves, forming a thick paste.
It dissolves readily in cold water, and is converted into sugar by long continued boiling with acids.
On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cold water, such as: damper, downer, drag, grinch, grouch, and killjoy.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.