whitewater

[hwahyt-waw-ter, -wot-er, wahyt-]
adjective
of or moving over or through rapids: whitewater rafting down the Colorado River.
Also, white-water.


Origin:
1900–05; from white water

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Whitewater

[hwahyt-waw-ter, -wot-er, wahyt-]
noun
a town in SE Wisconsin.
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Example sentences
Or catch a street musician on your way to check out the whitewater action from
  a pedestrian bridge.
Emerald-headed mallards bob alongside kayakers in the river's riffles of
  whitewater.
To relax, he plays racquetball three times a week and goes whitewater rafting
  every summer.
Ideally you want the whitewater to scroll across the wave sequentially, evenly,
  the way a zipper unzips.
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