Fountain of Youth

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Foun′tain of Youth′


n.
a fabled spring whose waters were supposed to restore health and youth, sought in the Bahamas and Florida by Ponce de León and others.
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Noun1.Fountain of Youth - a fountain described in folk tales as able to make people young again; "Ponce de Leon discovered Florida while searching for the Fountain of Youth"
natural spring, outpouring, fountain, spring, outflow - a natural flow of ground water
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Translations
nuoruuden lähde
ungdomens källa
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