Millpond



[mil-pond] /ˈmɪlˌpɒnd/

noun
1.
a for supplying water to drive a .
/ˈmɪlˌpɒnd/
noun
1.
a pool formed by damming a stream to provide water to turn a millwheel
2.
any expanse of calm water: the sea was a millpond

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