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white water
used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

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Definition frothy water — especially from rapids (water flowing rapidly downhill)
  • As he said that, the woman started to curse in a flood of obscene invective that rolled over and around him like the hot white water splashing down from the sudden eruption of a geyser.
    Chapter 11 (86% in)
  • It was wide enough for two motor cars to pass and it spanned, in solid-flung metal grace, a deep gorge at the bottom of which, far below, a brook leaped in white water through rocks and boulders down to the main stream of the pass.
    Chapter 3 (2% in)

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