coconut water

[ koh-kuh-nuht waw-ter, -nuht, wot-er ]


  1. the watery, drinkable liquid inside an immature coconut.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of coconut water1

First recorded in 1765–70

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Example Sentences

There’s not an electrolyte drink that’s more natural than coconut water.

Then there are also naturally occurring electrolyte drinks like coconut water.

For that reason, coconut water is the best electrolyte drink for breastfeeding mothers.

Vita Coco also has coconut water options available in pineapple and peach & mango flavors if you don’t love the taste of plain coconut water.

I dragged myself onto the beach and had to drink copious amounts of coconut water to recover.

Sports drinks and coconut water, which is lower in sugar, can also redeem electrolytes lost while drinking, says White.

Unlike sports beverages, coconut water is low in carbohydrates, while still rich in potassium.

He gives it to me with a straw, coconut water straight from the source.

All replete with spandex, stage lights, and coconut water vendors galore.

Are you ready to sip a coconut water cocktail on a floating food barge?





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