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aqueous (adjective), more aqueous, most aqueous
1. Watery; prepared with water: The soup was more aqueous than Sarina likes because she prefers thick soups.
2. The watery or fluid layer in the eye between the cornea and the lens: The ophthalmologist was concerned about the dehydrating state of the aqueous layer or humor in the patient's eyes.
3. In chemistry, relating to or dissolved in water; a solution containing water: The scientist used a simple aqueous solution of salt and water as a disinfectant.
4. In geology, formed from matter deposited by or in water: Certain sedimentary rocks; such as, limestone, are aqueous.
Made by, with, or from water .
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This entry is located in the following units: aqua-, aquatic-, aqui-, aqu-, -aquatically, aque-, -aqueous (page 4) -eous + (page 1)
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Referring to water or that which is prepared with water; watery. (1)