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Definition of "borewell" [borewell]

  • A well constructed by boring a vertical hole (often subsequently fitted with a casing). (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "borewell" in a sentence
  • "Last evening, when our army team had almost reached the site, then the wall on this side of the borewell which is around three feet width and 20 feet in length collapsed on the machine and the driver somehow managed to escape."
  • "Ramulu had spent a large sum of money to dig a borewell twice."
  • "The police said they were engaged in cleaning a borewell at a house."