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(usually historical) A person who carries water from a spring or well, especially in antiquity and pre-modern era when it was a common job.
An arrangement of wires on which a bucket of water, raised from a well, etc., may be conveyed wherever required, as to a house.
A pipe or tube that conveys water.
A transportation ship that is water-based.
His grandfather, William Scott of Sandgate, a suburb of Newcastle, was clerk to a "fitter" - a sort of water-carrier and broker of coals.
Aquarius, the water-carrier, is often drawn as a man carrying buckets of water balanced across his shoulders.
The water carrier - male or female - is always popular.
Consider getting a black and white portrait of a water carrier with colorful water being poured from the jug.
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