The water is bitter and undrinkable, being largely impregnated with carbonate and sulphate of soda with some borax.
Fortunately good water is tolerably plentiful; for, though the wells are mostly undrinkable, and even the famous Zamzam water only available for medicinal or religious purposes, the underground conduit from beyond Arafa, completed by Sultan Selim II.
For retail purposes the "ordinary" methylated spirit is mixed with ï¿½ 357% of mineral naphtha, which has the effect of rendering it quite undrinkable.
Thus Yahweh smites the river so that the fish die and render the water undrinkable.
end of the Gulf, all the streams that flow into it are so salt as to be undrinkable.
The wine becomes turbid and acquires a peculiarly bitter sweet taste, and if the disease goes further becomes quite undrinkable.
spitfire ale is not undrinkable, but it is nothing special.
For retail purposes the "ordinary" methylated spirit is mixed with Ã¯¿½ 357% of mineral naphtha, which has the effect of rendering it quite undrinkable.
Spitfire Ale is not undrinkable, but it is nothing special.
When the acidity is too high, the wine usually becomes undrinkable.
For very expensive bottles of wine, it is a huge disappointment to open it and discover the wine that you have stored so long is "corked" and undrinkable.
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