A Wadi is a valley, channel or ravine that is usually dry but accumulates water in the rainy season. The term is of Arabic origin and is also used in geographic studies to refer to physical features that form on land.
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NOUN [PLURAL WA·DIS.]
the channel of a watercourse that is dry except during periods of rainfall.
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