Water Cycle

Science / Weather / Water Cycle: The vertical and horizontal transport of water in all its states between the earth, the atmosphere, and the seas.

Other Words for Cycle

Cycle Noun Synonyms: round, rotation, circle, course, series, sequence, run, succession, pattern
Cycle Verb Synonyms: slow, methodical, careful, unhurried, paced, measured, regular, even, steady, sure, unhesitating, unfaltering, confident
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Other Words for Water

Water Noun Synonyms: H2O, distilled water, tap water, drinking-water, bottled water, spa water, still water, soda (water), effervescent water, mineral water, sea water, salt water, ditch-water, dishwater, bath-water, branch water, Adam's ale, Latin a
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Hydrologic Cycle

Science / Geology / Hydrologic Cycle: The natural cycling of Earth's water between the atmosphere, surface and subsurface through the processes of evaporation, transpiration, percolation, infiltration, runoff and precipitation. MORE

Shallow Water Wave

Science / Tides and Currents / Shallow Water Wave: A wave is classified as a shallow water wave whenever the ratio of the depth (the vertical distance of the still water level from the bottom) to the wave length (the horizontal distance between crests MORE

Slack Water (Slack)

Science / Tides and Currents / Slack Water (Slack): The state of a tidal current when its speed is near zero, especially the moment when a reversing current changes direction and its speed is zero. The term also is applied to the entire period of low s MORE

Soda Water

Entertainment / Liquor / Soda Water: Salted water or water with other aditives often added to many mix drinks. MORE

Sonata Cycle

Entertainment / Music / Sonata Cycle: General term describing the multimovement structure found in sonatas, string quartets, symphonies, concertos and large-scale works of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. MORE

Shallow Water Constituent

Science / Tides and Currents / Shallow Water Constituent: A short-period harmonic term introduced into the formula of tidal (or tidal current) constituents to account for the change in the form of a tide wave resulting from shallow water conditions. Shallow MORE

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