water (part of speech: noun)
If the months of April and May are dry and hot the crop results in a failure, from which, in our dry and thirsty soil, no irrigation
will save it.
- "The Cauliflower", A. A. Crozier.
there's just a question of power- that's how he looks at it.
- "The Great Hunger", Johan Bojer.
An excellent irrigation
system was established, and a new lot of settlers brought to the Colony; not, this time, from the city, but from the surrounding country.
- "The Social Work of the Salvation Army", Edwin Gifford Lamb.