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  • n. A bottle used for carrying water.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a bottle for holding water


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  • Coach Attley poured some water from his water bottle over them and I gave a hiss.

    What Would Emma Do?

  • Sweater for Joan, Levi's for Anna, water bottle for Rory.

    Blood Lure

  • Amberly said, putting her water bottle down and straightening the skirt of her fifties-style blue dress.

    Paradise Lost

  • The only member of the family who did not appear to have one, who, indeed, had no water bottle at all, was Carolyn Van Slyke, the dead woman.

    Blood Lure

  • He was leaning over, his shadow falling across her like a cool, dark caress, and for a shattering moment Nora hoped he was actually going to follow through on his softly flattering words but he suddenly rocked back on his haunches and jack-knifed to his feet, tossing the water bottle into the sand.

    Mistress For A Weekend

  • I think someone jammed a water bottle under the brake pedal—


  • He took a little drink from his water bottle and passed it to Nilly. “1969 really sucks.”

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • She told Joan about Carolyn Van Slyke's missing water bottle and Rory turning up out of the woods with a spare.

    Blood Lure

  • Filling my water bottle at a tributary spring near by reminds me of Grard Depardieu in Jean de Florette.


  • With an insufferably superior grin he took off towards the other end of the beach at double their speed and did another couple of complete laps of the beach in the same pounding rhythm, while Nora fetched a towel and water bottle from the bag he had stowed in the cockpit of the buggy.

    Mistress For A Weekend


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