mineral water

noun

Definition of mineral water 

: water naturally or artificially infused with mineral salts or gases (such as carbon dioxide)

Examples of mineral water in a Sentence

a glass of mineral water

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The hotel already offers a pool filled with mineral water — set at 85 degrees — and hot tub — set at 105 degrees. Hugo Martin, latimes.com, "Full vending machines. Pot on the pillow. What some California hotels are doing to attract marijuana smokers," 22 June 2018 Fill glasses with sparkling mineral water and garnish with parsley and lime wedges. Anne Brockhoff, kansascity, "Is your cocktail in season? Bartenders letting gardens dictate what's in your glass," 24 Apr. 2018 Like with anything that seems too good to be true, there is a catch to mineral water. Samantha Lefave, Redbook, "8 Ways You're Drinking Water Wrong," 6 Jan. 2016 Also consumed are 80,000 cups of tea and 128,500 bottles of mineral water. Steven Stolman, Town & Country, "What It's Really Like to Attend Royal Ascot," 20 June 2018 Fill glasses with sparkling mineral water and garnish with parsley and lime wedges. Anne Brockhoff, kansascity, "Is your cocktail in season? Bartenders letting gardens dictate what's in your glass," 24 Apr. 2018 Bottled at the heart of the French Alps, evian natural mineral water owes everything to nature. National Geographic, "Evian and Loop Industries: Starting a Revolution in Plastic Recycling," 13 June 2018 According to its history, the hotel was a popular stop between Sacramento and San Francisco for travelers who wanted to soak in the area's natural mineral waters. Mary Forgione, latimes.com, "Vintage California hotels where Gold Rush and early California dreams live on," 8 June 2018 But my favorite example of a price promotion gone wrong involved sparkling mineral water. Adam Snitzer, miamiherald, "Marketers: Beware the perils of in-store promotions," 3 June 2018

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15th century, in the meaning defined above

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mineral water

noun

English Language Learners Definition of mineral water

: water that contains mineral salts and gases (such as carbon dioxide)

mineral water

noun

Medical Definition of mineral water 

: water naturally or artificially infused with mineral salts or gases (as carbon dioxide)

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