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bottled water

noun
1.
drinking water, often spring water, sometimes carbonated, sealed in bottles and usually certified as pure.
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  • She said the only thing she consumes while watching movies is bottled water.
  • Thus, you carry filtered water in a reusable bottle, not environmentally catastrophic bottled water.
  • In the past, meetings with foreign ministers featured nothing more than bottled water.
  • Competing brands of bottled water glisten in refrigerated displays, vying with one another in proclamations of health and purity.
  • bottled water does not meet the regulations that tap water has to meet.
  • But don't think that buying bottled water is any solution.
  • They rely heavily on bottled water that is overpriced and is not as safe.
  • Or maybe not, since you have air-conditioning and bottled water.
  • For a nation of soda and bottled water drinkers, that is understandable but not commendable.
  • Cases of soda, bottled water, and iced tea are stacked against one cement block wall.

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