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If it be passionate it will be yellow; if melancholy, it will be black, and if phlegmatic, it will be waterish and whitish.
THE WORKS OF ARISTOTLE THE FAMOUS PHILOSOPHERANONYMOUS
The lower part (of the town), he adds, standeth very waterish; the upper riseth with faire buildings.
WARWICKSHIRECLIVE HOLLAND
Some thinke the Hasell would haue a chanily rocke, and the sallow, and eller a waterish marish.
A NEW ORCHARD AND GARDENWILLIAM LAWSON
The Sugar peare is an early peare, very sweete, but waterish.
THE PEARS OF NEW YORKU. P. HEDRICK
Lydia Melford is too milk–and–waterish, but the two first–named are drawn with masterly precision and force.
TOBIAS SMOLLETTOLIPHANT SMEATON
The blacke Peach is a great large Peach, of a very darke browne colour on the outside, it is of a waterish taste, and late ripe.
THE PEACHES OF NEW YORKU. P. HEDRICK
The Blacke Peach is a great large Peach, of a very darke browne colour on the outside, it is of a waterish taste, and late ripe.
THE PEACHES OF NEW YORKU. P. HEDRICK
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WORDS RELATED TO WATERISH

  • adulterated
  • cut
  • dilute
  • impaired
  • impoverished
  • light
  • reduced
  • washy
  • watered down
  • waterish
  • watery
  • weak
  • weakened
  • wishy-washy
  • adulterated
  • attenuated
  • cut
  • impaired
  • impoverished
  • laced
  • light
  • moderated
  • reduced
  • spiked
  • tempered
  • thin
  • watered down
  • watered-down
  • waterish
  • watery
  • weak
  • wishy-washy
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