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mineral water

water containing dissolved mineral salts or gases, especially such water considered healthful to drink.
mineral waters, British.
  1. carbonated water; soda water.
  2. artificially flavored, bottled soft drinks; soda pop.
Origin of mineral water
1555-65 Unabridged
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Examples from the web for mineral water
  • But this is best seen in quicksilver, which is not inaptly called mineral water.
  • Among other amenities are numerous restaurants, a local mineral water-bottling plant and ten hotels.
  • They also recommended soaking in mineral water baths to aid the joints in recovery from illness.
  • Hot mineral water, on the other hand, is used for both bathing and as a heat source for geothermal power.
  • All rooms include space for two, complimentary mineral water soaking at the pool and discounted rates for the hot mineral baths.
  • Travelers from around the globe flock year-round to the town's resorts to soak in the mineral water pools.
  • The natural mineral water is divided into two pools.
  • Entrance fees, taxes and service charges are included, and mineral water is provided while you're on the vehicle.
  • Select rooms have mineral water bathtubs and showers, furnished living rooms and refrigerators.
  • Among the amenities are free coffee, tea and cookies and mineral water.
British Dictionary definitions for mineral water

mineral water

water containing dissolved mineral salts or gases, usually having medicinal properties
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mineral water in Medicine

mineral water n.
Naturally occurring or prepared water that contains dissolved mineral salts, elements, or gases, and is often used therapeutically.

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