having the color aqua.
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How to use aqua in a sentence
Horace, Ars Poetica, 19, “Et properantis aquae per amoenos ambitus agros.”Milton's Comus | John Milton
His death afforded the Romans7 more joy than his victory at Aquae Sextiae.Selections from Viri Romae | Charles Franois L'Homond
Chaves is the ancient Aquae Flaviae, famous for its hot saline springs, which are still in use.
Deinde per insequentes dies circa singulas heminas emittendum, donec nullum aquae vestigium appareat.Surgical Instruments in Greek and Roman Times | John Stewart Milne
Postremo stagnum calidae aquae introiit, respergens proximos servorum, addita voce, libare se liquorem illum Iovi liberatori.The Student's Companion to Latin Authors | George Middleton
British Dictionary definitions for aqua
water: used in compound names of certain liquid substances (as in aqua regia) or solutions of substances in water (as in aqua ammoniae), esp in the names of pharmacological solutions
short for aquamarine (def. 2)
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