Common misspellings for aqueduct:
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Definition of aqueduct:
- a conduit that resembles a bridge but carries water over a valley
- A conductor, conduit, or artificial channel for conveying water, especially one for supplying large cities with water.
- A conduit or artificial channel for conducting water from a distant source.
- A conduit or canal; see aquoeductus.
- A canal.
- An artificial channel for conveying water.
- Artificial channel for conveying water.
- A pipe or channel for supplying water from a distance.
- An artifical channel or structure for conveying water, generally from a distance to a large city.
- A course or channel made for conveying water either under or above ground.
- A channel or passage as that of cochlea, and of vestibule of ear.
- [ Latin] A channel or passage, as that of cochlea, and of vestibule of ear; aquaeductus.
Usage examples for aqueduct
The careful tillage, the beautiful system of irrigation by aqueduct and canal, the scientific processes by which these " accursed" had caused the wilderness to bloom with cotton, sugar, and every kind of fruit and grain; the untiring industry, exquisite ingenuity, and cultivated taste by which the merchants, manufacturers, and mechanics, guilty of a darker complexion than that of the peninsular Goths, had enriched their native land with splendid fabrics in cloth, paper, leather, silk, tapestry, and by so doing had acquired fortunes for themselves, despite iniquitous taxation, religious persecution, and social contumely- all these were crimes against a race of idlers, steeped to the lips in sloth which imagined itself to be pride. Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete by John Lothrop Motley