a medieval ewer, often made in grotesque animal forms. Ecclesiastical. a basin used by a celebrant for washing the hands during the saying of the Mass.
an undersea explorer, especially one who skin-dives from or lives for an extended period of time in a submerged dwelling. a skin-diver. noun a person who lives and works underwater a person who swims or dives underwater n. 1881, from aqua- + ending from Greek nautes “sailor” (see naval).
noun any one of a group of proteins in cell membranes that allow the passage of water across the membrane
a watercolor. Printing. a printed picture that has been colored manually by applying watercolor through stencils, each color requiring a different stencil. Historical Examples He looked out between whiles at the pleasant English land, an April aquarelle washed in with wondrous breadth. Some Short Stories Henry James A summer day’s dinner is to the full […]