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

Recent Examples on the Web

Beer companies are experimenting with alcohol-free selections, and Coca-Cola North America gobbled up the popular Topo Chico premium sparkling mineral water. Author: Leanne Italie, Anchorage Daily News, "With a nudge from the young and sober, mocktails taking hold," 4 Sep. 2019 The first sip had a sharp bite: peach schnapps doused with mineral water, heavily carbonated. Eric Westby, BostonGlobe.com, "Champagne at Chernobyl," 20 Aug. 2019 Park City Yoga Adventures combines the practice with hiking and a stand-up paddleboard experience inside a 10,000-year-old geothermal cave filled with 96-degree mineral water. Amy Tara Koch, Dallas News, "These four mountain getaways are worth a peak," 13 Aug. 2019 Park City Yoga Adventures combines the practice with hiking and a stand-up paddleboard experience inside a 10,000-year-old geothermal cave filled with 96-degree mineral water. Amy Tara Koch, Twin Cities, "Mountain getaways are worth a ‘peak’ in summer," 27 July 2019 Park City Yoga Adventures combines the practice with hiking and a stand-up paddleboard experience inside a 10,000-year-old geothermal cave filled with 96-degree mineral water. Amy Tara Koch, Washington Post, "Life’s more than a beach. Four mountain towns to visit this summer.," 19 July 2019 Park City Yoga Adventures combines the practice with hiking and a stand-up paddleboard experience inside a 10,000-year-old geothermal cave filled with 96-degree mineral water. Amy Tara Koch, Twin Cities, "Mountain getaways are worth a ‘peak’ in summer," 27 July 2019 The mocktails will be made with ingredients from some of the event’s sponsors which include Topo Chico mineral water, Arizona Kombucha Co., Portland Syrups and Curious Elixirs. Tirion Morris, azcentral, "An alcohol-free bar is popping up in Phoenix. Here's what you need to know," 13 Aug. 2019 Here, at the base of Mount Tennōzan and at the confluence of three rivers, mineral water flows with such purity that it was recorded in an ancient collection of Japanese poetry during the Nara period, some 1,200 years ago. Hannah Lott-schwartz, Fortune, "Inside Japan’s Oldest Whisky Distillery," 16 June 2019

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First Known Use of mineral water

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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