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Definition of "water plant" [wa•ter plant]

  • A plant that grows in water; an aquatic plant.

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "water plant" in a sentence
  • "Then she made a trench in the red ashes of their fire, lined it with thick water plant leaves, which began to hiss and exude a steamy fragrance, deftly inserted the stuffed whersport, folded over the leaves, then carefully knifed the hot ashes in place, and sat back."
  • "The boy had made trip after trip at Olikea's request, bringing firewood, cooking water, the wide flat leaves of a water plant to wrap the fish, and so on."
  • "Just before the real estate market imploded, Land Tejas installed a water plant on the east side of the freeway and a 16-inch water main running west from that plant to its site."