tap water

noun
water, obtained directly from a faucet or tap, that has not been purified, distilled, or otherwise treated.

Origin:
1880–85

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tap water
 
n
water drawn off through taps from pipes in a house, as distinguished from distilled water, mineral water, etc

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Example sentences
We pay premium money for filtered tap water that's not as pure or as tasty as
  tap water.
We should all learn and putting natural gas and who knows what else in your tap
  water doesn't impress me an inch.
In some fracking towns, people have been able to set their tap water on fire.
Icy tap water sends darts of pain through newly brushed teeth.
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