polywater


poly·wa·ter

noun \ˈpä-lē-ˌw-tər, -ˌwä-\

Definition of POLYWATER

:  water condensed into a glass capillary tube and formerly held to be a stable form with special properties

Origin of POLYWATER

polymeric water
First Known Use: 1969

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