irrigation

[ ir-i-gey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF irrigation

Synonyms for irrigation

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There was water in it; it was part of their irrigation system.

Irrigation there's just a question of power—that's how he looks at it.

Irrigation is the sole means of fertilizing, and it seems to be all the soil requires.

It will endure almost any amount of forcing, by liquid manures or irrigation.

The water for irrigation is costly, and should be made to go as far as possible.

The commissioner of works had charge of drainage and irrigation works.

Irrigation is quite extensively practised, but is far from universal.

"Go to my irrigation engineer, Mr. Ames," replied Jim shortly.

This is the only irrigation in the mountains, and is much valued.

Utah is dominated by Irrigation; she is a slave to her water supply.