waste water

[ weyst-waw-ter, -wot-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF waste water

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The waste water is then conducted into the drains, and passes off.

Says that his trees that got the waste water from the well were much benefited.

It is a “way out” for some of the gases and waste water from the blood.

The waste water, you remember, is in the blood vessels, mixed with the blood.

The flowers were kept fresh by a little stream of waste water from the ditch that girded the brow of the hill above.

And what noise was screaming through the night, even above all that awful tumult of waste water and wild wind?

Leave an opening between boards N and M, and the bottom of ends G, for an outlet for waste water.

Waste water washes, and tall ships founder, and deep death waits.

There was a rusty bucket for water, a hole kicked through the floor for waste water.

These troughs were furnished with water by windmills, and the mudholes were caused by the waste water.

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