What is watery?

  • (adj): Overly diluted; thin and insipid.
    Example: "Watery milk"
    Synonyms: washy, weak
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on watery:

The Watery Place - Plot Summary
... "The Watery Place" is narrated by the unnamed deputy sheriff of Twin Gulch, Idaho, who opens the story by explaining that humanity will never achieve space travel ... "We come from the watery place your people call Venus." They want Cameron's help contacting the leaders of the United States of America ... Cameron responds, "Venus! When they talked about the watery place, I thought they meant Venice!" Earth Is Room Enough by Isaac Asimov "The Dead Past" "The Foundation of S.F ...
Slanted And Enchanted: Luxe & Reduxe - Track Listing - Disc Two "Watery, Domestic"
... Watery, Domestic 1 ... "Shoot the Singer (1 Sick Verse)" Watery Sessions 5 ... Past The Best of Pavement EPs Slay Tracks (1933–1969) Demolition Plot J-7 Perfect Sound Forever Watery, Domestic Rattled by la Rush Pacific Trim Shady Lane Major Leagues Singles "Summer ...
Watery Grave EP
... The Watery Grave EP was Graham Van Pelt's first release under his solo project Miracle Fortress ... The success of Watery Grave gained Van Pelt the attention of Montreal, Canada-based record label Secret City, which led to a collaboration that yielded ... Copies of the Watery Grave EP are currently out of print, and can only be purchased at shows and through their official MySpace page ...
Two-dimensionalism - Two-dimensional Semantic Analysis
... The primary intension of "water" might be a description, such as watery stuff ... some other world where the inhabitants take "water" to mean watery stuff, but, where the chemical make-up of watery stuff is not H2O, it is not the case that water is H2O ... So, if we assign "water" the primary intension watery stuff, then the secondary intension of "water" is H2O, since H2O is watery stuff in this world ...
Eissen - Name
... In the old Saxon language Ey (Ei) denotes a place which is located in a damp and watery terrain, or rather sticks out of such a terrain as a dry landmass ... Eissen is surrounded in the north by a watery terrain at the source pond / Hibbeke pond and the Siek creek, in the west by the Eggel river and in the south by ... the name could mean that Eissen sticks out of a damp and watery terrain ...

More definitions of "watery":

  • (adj): Filled with water.
    Example: "Watery soil"
  • (adj): Wet with secreted or exuded moisture such as sweat or blood or tears.
    Synonyms: reeking, dripping
  • (adj): Relating to or resembling or consisting of water.
    Example: "A watery grave"
  • (adj): Filled or brimming with tears.
    Example: "Watery eyes"
    Synonyms: liquid, swimming

Famous quotes containing the word watery:

    And every sea-god pays a gem,
    Yearly out of his watery cell,
    To deck great Neptune’s diadem.
    Thomas Campion (1567–1620)

    Easily, with a few convulsive quirks, they give up their watery ghosts, like a mortal translated before his time to the thin air of heaven.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Yes! in sea of life enisled,
    With echoing straits between us thrown,
    Dotting the shoreless watery wild,
    We mortal millions live alone.
    Matthew Arnold (1822–1888)