Waterwork

• (n.) An hydraulic apparatus, or a system of works or fixtures, by which a supply of water is furnished for useful or ornamental purposes, including dams, sluices, pumps, aqueducts, distributing pipes, fountains, etc.; -- used chiefly in the plural. • (n.) Painting executed in size or distemper, on canvas or walls, -- formerly, frequentl...
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Waterwork

Wa'ter·work` noun 1. (Paint.) Painting executed in size or distemper, on canvas or walls, -- formerly, frequently taking the place of tapestry. Shak. Fairholt. 2. An hydraulic apparatus, or a system of works or fixtures, by which a supply of water is furnished for useful ...
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waterwork

piece of fabric painted to resemble a tapestry
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