First-water



noun
1.
(formerly) the highest degree of fineness in a diamond or other precious stone.
Compare (def 13).
2.
the finest quality; highest rank.
noun
1.
the finest quality of diamond or other precious stone
2.
the highest grade or best quality
3.
the most extreme kind: a fool of the first water

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