watershed[ waw-ter-shed, wot-er- ]SEE DEFINITION OF watershed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WATERSHED
It follows the watershed from the lake to Oneida, and clears the Mohawk Valley northward.
Accordingly he crossed what is called the 'watershed' between the Rhine and the Danube.
The watershed of the Sutlej and Jamna runs through the tract.
Wilkes, in fact, seemed to be a watershed in early politics.
Crossing this lake, yet another "carry" takes us over the watershed.
The line was to pass over the highest points of the watershed.
In the little sketch-map we see clearly the shift of the watershed to the east.
Such was my fate at Carreo, the little hamlet which sits astride the watershed.
In 1782 Clark passed northward on the watershed between the Miamis.
The fourth day we went down the watershed to the town of Panama.