Wa"ter course`(?). 1. A stream of water; a river or brook. Isa. xliv. 4.
2. A natural channel for water; also, a canal for the conveyance of water, especially in draining lands.
(Law) A running stream of water having a bed and banks; the easement one may have in the flowing of such a stream in its accustomed course. A water course may be sometimes dry.
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