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hot spring

noun as in natural spring of hot water

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On a hot spring evening last May, an FBI SWAT team swarmed on three alleged Boogaloo Bois as they met in the parking lot of a 24 Hour Fitness club on the east side of Las Vegas.

Similar microbial communities exist in modern times at hot springs, such as those of Yellowstone National Park.

It goes without saying that a visit to the hot springs is a must during these cooler months.

Microbial life has been found thriving far underground, in boiling hot springs and inside sediments on the seafloor — results that make many scientists hopeful about the prospects for life on other planets and moons in our solar system.

Research led by Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences professor Roger Summons has raised the intriguing possibility that they took advantage of hot springs for boiling.

The mass of hot-spring material built up here cannot be less than 400 feet in thickness.

At the small ramshackle hot-spring inns of the remote Page 123 hills the guests are mostly country folk.

I heard of another hot-spring resort at which the water is gradually cooling: it is warmed up by secret piping.

Jimmy's soul was first of all a hot-spring of ambition; the evidences of which, when once recognized, were ever paramount.

Thought I, Garm-chashma (Hot-spring) is close by; they may have dismounted there.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hot spring, such as: mineral spring, and warm spring.

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