Definition of polywater
: a hypothetical form of water in which the molecules are linked into polymerlike chains The pseudo-discovery of polywater is another example of a well-publicized event gone sour. … The revolutionary substance was eventually found to be water contaminated by all sorts of impurities, including probably the sweat and elbow grease of the hard-working scientists, and it was these contaminants that accounted for its unusual properties. — Roger G. Newton
Origin and Etymology of polywater
First Known Use: 1969See Words from the same year
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