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wild water

  1. turbulent water in a river, esp as an area for navigating in a canoe as a sport
  2. (as modifier): wild-water racing
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  • She had no boat, and none could have lived on that wild water.

  • They had no guide but the breaking of the wild water on each side of them.

  • "Me for one for breakfast," wild water Charley said cheerfully.

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  • "They—they ain't worth no ten dollars," wild water said slowly.

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  • wild water shook his head sadly and helped himself to the beans.

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  • "Look here, you two," wild water said in a burst of confidence.

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  • For the moment it seemed that wild water was going to burst or have apoplexy.

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  • "It's a hold-up, that's what it is," wild water declared irately.

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  • wild water paused, with uplifted pen, as he was about to sign.

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  • I'll get wild water here at two o'clock to take delivery of eggs.

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