Earlier this month, Toledo, Ohio, watched its municipal water supply descend into an undrinkable stew of algal toxins.
It is a feeble, characterless, uninspiring sort of stuff, and almost as undrinkable as if it had been made in an American hotel.
It proved, as we feared, to be slightly brackish, but not undrinkable.
I think it was the very worst water we ever had, all but undrinkable, in fact.
That in the bath of the Hammam es-Shefa is a spring of undrinkable water.
In one or two of them some little water may be found even now, but it is undrinkable owing to its salty taste and nasty smell.
But he answered, “I certainly will not drink that undrinkable compound, whatever may happen.”
The drink, if pronounced by a discriminating judge to be undrinkable, being handed over to the poor folk.
The waters of the ocean have been made brackish and undrinkable by the wrath of the Brahmanas.
In the evening they camped on the banks of the White Lake, the waters of which are brackish and undrinkable.