Scouts were sent out on both sides to search for water.
The guardian began hunting for water.
He laid her on the moss and looked about for water.
Every moment the wounded called for water.
No appeal for water to drink was heeded.
The party was eager for water and all secured it.
Many piteous appeals were made for water.
A coasting-vessel might put in here for water.
He stepped round to the doorway and asked for water.
He sat up on the swaying deck and motioned for water.
They dipped up snow at the door and melted it for water.
I noticed they were making toward the creek for water.
Testing soils for water, 162.
We had to learn how to look for water in this peculiar way.
And we rushed down the steep hill to look for water.
And there were several brass basins and ewers for water.
An indescribable thirst for water now seized upon me.
Perhaps she was looking about for water, or for fire-wood.
Squirt, for water, 390.
For water on the stomach makes a man poor-spirited.
There the first one he met was a man going for water.
And the pump stations for water and gas and fuel oil.
The oxen came up for water, and the mule with them.
They could reach the hay and eat snow for water.
He asked for water, but a curse was the only answer.
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