Water pillar

Wa´ter pil´lar

1.A waterspout.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"This meeting is a milestone in our continuous efforts at the centre to address the water pillar of the National Innovation Strategy.
Water pillar demolishes fire pillar." (11) In this work, the four parts of tennure symbolise a human being who has been nailed to the world with four elements since the creation of the universe and keeping the soul alive.
But here she can also be a giggly little girl loving the twinkling carpet threaded with lights; the surround-sound music; the vibrating ball pool; the water pillar of hubble bubbles.