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Definition of "whitewater" []

  • Referring to a stretch of water with a broken foamy surface, as in rapids (adjective)
  • Alternative spelling of white water. (noun)

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Use "whitewater" in a sentence
  • "The river water, heavily laden with sediments and thus called whitewater, floods the surrounding forest under 6 to 7 m for periods up to ten months each year, affecting a swath of land up to 20 kilometers (km) wide."
  • "As I said, our first lesson was on "whitewater" - waves that had already broken - and they weren't much to worry about."
  • "i have found some birds in whitewater, woodcock too!"