Naturally occurring or prepared water that contains dissolved mineral salts, elements, or gases, often used therapeutically.(noun)
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Use "mineral water" in a sentence
"They sat in white wicker chairs while a timorous young island woman in salmon pink brought the champagne bucket, glasses, and a flavored mineral water for Qwilleran."
"Another, staving off an impending hangover, leaned at an open window high in his lake-facing hotel room, drinking an iced mineral water and stuffing himself with deep breaths."
"He required two meetings a week with me and the three other associates where he tackled everything from late-paying clients to the brand of mineral water to be kept in the kitchen refrigerator."