I took a sip, and found it of the flavour of chalybeate springs.
I came here with Eliza to get her some of this chalybeate water.
Some of the springs are chalybeate, others sulphurous or iodinous, and all are highly charged with carbonic acid gas.
Twenty-one years of chalybeate (a groan from the back of the room).
The waters of most of these springs are chalybeate, with a large proportion of sulphuric acid combined with the iron.
There is a place on the road where iron sand is dug, and whence runs a chalybeate spring, which leaves settlings of ochre.
The chalybeate or tonic waters are liable to cause headache when taken before breakfast.
There are chalybeate springs and a hydropathic establishment in the town.
A chalybeate spring in this neighbourhood is much celebrated for its medicinal qualities.
I always bring her, when we are by a chalybeate, to take the waters before breakfast.
chalybeate cha·lyb·e·ate (kā-lĭb'ē-ĭt)
Impregnated with or containing iron salts.