water in or from a branch, creek, stream, etc.; pure, natural water.
Also called branch. Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S. (in a drink, highball, etc.) plain water as distinguished from soda water, ginger ale, or the like; ordinary water.
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a disease of walnut trees, characterized by sudden wilting of the leaves, and cankers and discoloration of the bark and branches, caused by a fungus, Hendersonula toruloidea.
a division or subdivision of the stem or axis of a tree, shrub, or other plant. a limb, offshoot, or ramification of any main stem: the branches of a deer’s antlers. any member or part of a body or system; a section or subdivision: the various branches of learning. a local operating division of a […]
an open chain of atoms, usually carbon, with one or more side chains attached to it. noun (chem) an open chain of atoms with one or more side chains attached to it Compare straight chain
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