puddle

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puddle
  • noun
    A small pool of liquid, especially of rainwater on the ground. (splashing through deep puddles)
    Clay and sand mixed with water and used as a watertight covering for embankments. (Can your controller and receiver survive being dunked in a typical construction-site puddle?)
    A circular patch of disturbed water made by the blade of an oar at each stroke.
    verb
    Wet or cover (a surface) with water, especially rainwater. (the cobbles under our feet were wet and puddled)
    Line (a hole) with puddle. (he dug and puddled a large pond)

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