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  • irrigation — Synonyms and related words: ablution, affusion, aspergation, aspersion, baptism, bath, bathing, bedewing, cleaning out, dampening, damping, deluge, dewing, douche, douching, drowning, elution, elutriation, enema, flooding, flush, flushing,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • sprinkling — Synonyms and related words: a few, affusion, aspergation, aspersion, attenuation, baptism, baptismal gown, baptismal regeneration, baptistery, baptizement, bath, bathing, bedewing, broadcast, broadcasting, cast, chrismal, christening,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • irrigation — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. watering, sprinkling, spraying, flooding, inundation, soaking, fertilization, making productive …   English dictionary for students

  • irrigation — The artificial watering of agricultural land in regions where the rainfall is insufficient for crops; application of water to land for the production of crops, whether by channels, by flooding, or merely by sprinkling. 30 Am J Rev ed Irrig § 2.… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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