Definition of water diviner in English:

water diviner

Line breaks: water div|iner

noun

British
A person who searches for underground water by using a dowsing rod.
More example sentences
  • Farming a small parcel of land Tom made a big name for himself as a water diviner with his services in big demand throughout the county.
  • Similarly, a Public Works official reported that, ‘At present time I do not think there is a Division in the Cape that has not its water diviner.’
  • Originally from Ballygar Co. Galway he worked as a well boring contractor and water diviner.

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