distilled water


noun

water from which impurities, as dissolved salts and colloidal particles, have been removed by one or more processes of distillation; chemically pure water.

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Origin of distilled water

First recorded in 1495–1505
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Example sentences from the Web for distilled water

  • When you turn on the faucet of a distilled-water bottle, bubbles go up through the water as the water pours out.

    Common Science|Carleton W. Washburne