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low water

n.
1. The lowest level of water in a body of water, such as a river, lake, or reservoir.
2. See low tide.

low′-wa′ter adj.

low water

n
1. (Physical Geography) another name for low tide1
2. (Physical Geography) the state of any stretch of water at its lowest level
3. a situation of difficulty or point of least success, excellence, etc
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Noun1.low water - the lowest (farthest) ebb of the tidelow water - the lowest (farthest) ebb of the tide
tide - the periodic rise and fall of the sea level under the gravitational pull of the moon
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The Nore sand remains covered at low-water, and never seen by human eye; but the Nore is a name to conjure with visions of historical events, of battles, of fleets, of mutinies, of watch and ward kept upon the great throbbing heart of the State.
We watched our chance, and the next low-water slack, after Big Alec had removed the fish from the line and returned ashore, we went out in the salmon boat.
Seven miles to the north of Venice the banks of sand which nearer the city rise little above low-water mark attain by degrees a higher level, and knit themselves at last into fields of salt morass, raised here and there into shapeless mounds, and intercepted by narrow creeks of sea.
In moisture, however, it is otherwise; from December to May is the period of the rains, and during this time the river slowly rises until it attains a height of nearly forty feet above its low-water mark.
No other company was in the house than the landlord, his wife, and a grizzled male creature, the "Jack" of the little causeway, who was as slimy and smeary as if he had been low-water mark too.
At issue is the amount of water required for conventional washing methods; and a welcomed access to a new, economical low-water washing solution.
It will end no later than May 31, 2019 due to hydrological eve requested between two low-water support campaigns.
Compiled and presented by a team of Sunset Magazine editors and contributors, "Sunset Western Garden Book of Easy-Care Plantings: The Ultimate Guide to Low-Water Beds, Borders, and Containers" illustrates that intricate, fragrant, and well-designed gardens don't need to be time-consuming to tend.
The potholes will be good low-water gathering spots for fish, and the escape routes will be the water highways fish take when leaving a flat when they pour out on to a channel or deep hole.
Instead of thirsty annuals, use colorful low-water plants along a border.
She urges planning for a low-water economy: Good governance and regulatory frameworks can prevent pollution and waste, while encouraging efficiency, reliable and fair allocation, and wise consumer choices.
London, December 25 (ANI): In a new research, scientists have determined that the Amazonian manatee migrate from shallow to deep water to avoid being exposed to attack by predators during the low-water season.