Watershoot

Wa´ter`shoot`


n.1.A sprig or shoot from the root or stock of a tree.
2.(Arch.) That which serves to guard from falling water; a drip or dripstone.
3.A trough for discharging water.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The two swimming pools were spacious but quiet with just one watershoot, as opposed to the nearby Le Clarys Plage site, which boasts an enormous water park - perfect for teenagers, but far too big for little ones.
To some this may seem like fun but I'm just glad the Watershoot was out of order during our visit.
Kids are well catered for, too, with a number of outdoor swimming complexes -one with its own lengthy watershoot safe enough for even tots to shoot the rapids.
As for those pools, there were three quiet ones nestled against the chateau, a larger one with a powerful wave machine, another with five watershoots and slides, and a sixth with slides that took you into a leafy lagoon.