The level of the surface of a body of water.(noun)
Geology See water table.(noun)
The water line of a ship.(noun)
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Use "water level" in a sentence
"Most of the White Nile from Halfaya to Berber was still open to his steamers, the Shaygia tribes on its banks remained hostile to the Mahdi, and the seasonal rise in water level made river travel easier."
"But the water level was a good six inches from overflowing, and the fish seemed to be enjoying themselves, careening playfully in the turbulence, pecking at the rain-packed surface of the water, creating kinetic rainbows that sparkled through the gloom."
"But the water level remained unchanged beneath the advancing skid, and the sensors slept on."