n. Water, which has been purified by distillation.
n. water that has been purified by distillation
Distilled water is water that has had many of its impurities removed through distillation. Distillation involves boiling the water and then condensing the steam into a clean container.
Usage examples of "distilled water".
The distilled water of the floures dropped into the eies taketh away the burning and itching thereof and cleareth the sight.
Mix it with rose-water, five ounces, orange-flower water, two ounces, also two drachms of musk and six ounces of distilled water.
The distilled water of the roots and leaves was considered by the old herbalists good for ague, and the fresh or dried roots, mixed with honey and applied to the nose, were used in the cure of polypus.
The baked roots are good for piles, also the distilled water of the herb and root is used with good effect for all the aforesaid purposes, taken inwardly or applied outwardly, especially as a wash for wounds or punctures.
The herb preserved in a syrup, in a distilled water, or in an ointment, is a remedy in all hot diseases, and will do it: first, safely.
He went into the kitchenette and took down a bottle of distilled water, pouring a small amount into his glass.
The jug's contents were flavored with lemon juice, enough to cut the deadness of distilled water.
He then placed a minuscule amount of each new alkaloid in each flask and filled them all with a liter of distilled water.
Last I heard, they were claiming I was feeding this entire colony on five protein cubes and five pints of distilled water.
That circumstance renders it preferable to distilled water, and its variations in weight may be called insensible.
The meeting moved on to other topics, and afterward there were refreshments, if you found distilled water and little sea-algae crackers refreshing.
Dawn comes pink and turquoise, painting a sky now as clear as distilled water.