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Waters

[ waw-terz, wot-erz ]
/ ˈwɔ tərz, ˈwɒt ərz /
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noun
Ethel, 1896–1977, U.S. singer and actress.
Mud·dy [muhd-ee], /ˈmʌd i/, McKinley Morganfield, 1915–83, U.S. blues singer and musician.
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British Dictionary definitions for Waters (1 of 2)

waters

pl n (ˈwɔːtəz)
any body of sea, or seas regarded as sharing some common qualityIrish territorial waters; uncharted tropical waters
physiol (sometimes singular) the amniotic fluid surrounding the fetus in the womb

British Dictionary definitions for Waters (2 of 2)

Waters
/ (ˈwɔːtəz) /

noun
Muddy, real name McKinley Morganfield. 1915–83, US blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter. His songs include "Rollin' Stone" (1948) and "Got my Mojo Working" (1954)
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