hydrous hydrous  /ˈhaɪd rəs/


  • (adj) containing combined water (especially water of crystallization as in a hydrate)


  1. In the water released from hydrous rock by volcanic heat, he speculates, a primitive form of life might have evolved.
  2. Let me point out to the chemists of the world that there is an excellent field for them in the search for a non-hydrous glue.


  • Hydrous Wake Park expands to Little Elm

    Hydrous Wake Park will no longer be an Allen exclusive when it opens a new location in Little Elm on Saturday.
    on July 3, 2013     Source: The Allen American

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