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A cistern is a waterproof receptacle for holding liquids, usually water. Cisterns are often built to .... Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary, 1990 edition, etymology of "cistern". ^ "Cisterns". ^ Robert Miller, "Water use in Syria and Palestine ...

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Cistern definition is - an artificial reservoir (such as an underground tank) for ... See the full definition for cistern in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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Cistern definition, a reservoir, tank, or container for storing or holding water or other liquid. See more.

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A cistern is an underground tank that holds water. A long time ago, cistern water was used for drinking, but nowadays developed parts of the world mainly use it ...

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cistern meaning: 1. a container in which water is stored, especially one connected to a toilet or in the roof of a house 2. a large container for storing water , esp.

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"Easton's Bible Dictionary". . Dictionaries - King James Dictionary - Cistern. Cistern. A pit, or well. Drink waters out of thine own CISTERN, and running waters out ...

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cistern definition: The definition of a cistern is a tank for storing water, or is an underground reservoir for rainwater. (noun) The toilet tank that holds the water ...

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a large water storage tank usually filled by roof water run off from rains.