Definition of polywater in English:

polywater

noun

historical
  • [mass noun] A supposed polymeric form of water having properties markedly different from ordinary water and reputedly discovered in fine capillary tubes. These properties were later found to be the result of impurities.

Origin

1960s.: from poly- + water.

Pronunciation

polywater

/ˈpɒlɪwɔːtə/