Hot Springs


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Hot Springs

 (hŏt)
A city of west-central Arkansas west-southwest of Little Rock in the Ouachita Mountains. Visited by Hernando de Soto in 1541, it developed as a health resort noted for its thermal springs.

Hot′ Springs′


n.
a city in central Arkansas: adjoins a national park (Hot′ Springs′ Na′tional Park′) noted for its thermal mineral springs. 35,166.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hot springs - a town in west central ArkansasHot Springs - a town in west central Arkansas; a health resort noted for thermal springs
Arkansas, Land of Opportunity, AR - a state in south central United States; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
Translations

hot springs

npl aguas termales
References in classic literature ?
This is a small laundry, up country, belongs to Shelly Hot Springs, - hotel, you know.
He would send his trunk up to Shelly Hot Springs on Joe's ticket.
He arrived at Shelly Hot Springs, tired and dusty, on Sunday night.
Here, with a spy-glass, he reconnoitred the surrounding country, but not a lodge nor fire, not a man, horse, nor dog, was to be discovered; in short, the smoke which had caused such alarm proved to be the vapor from several warm, or rather hot springs of considerable magnitude, pouring forth streams in every direction over a bottom of white clay.
There are several hot springs there, and during two thousand years they have poured forth a never-diminishing abundance of the healing water.
The encircling walls, the central lake, the hot springs which feed the lake, all point to a conclusion, and the fauna and the flora bear indisputable evidence that Caprona was once part of some great land-mass.
Beneath that black mud, bubbled the hot springs of Bath.
Florida, Adirondacks, Lakewood, Hot Springs, New York, and round again.
He would come triumphantly flying out of Vesuvius and Aetna ahead of the lava, and would boil unharmed in the hot springs of Iceland, and would float majestically down the Ganges and the Nile.
That night (September 9, 1916), they made camp a short distance from the cliffs beside one of the numerous cool springs that are to be found within Caspak, oftentimes close beside the still more numerous warm and hot springs which feed the many pools.
It was volcanic in origin, and was now fringed on three sides by coral reefs; some fumaroles to the northward, and a hot spring, were the only vestiges of the forces that had long since originated it.
Near one of their encampments there was a hot spring continually emitting a cloud of vapor.