water mill

Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Wikipedia.
Related to water mill: Water turbine


1. To remove metal by a circular tool having teeth, as by use of a milling machine. 2. A machine for rolling plates, shapes, rails, etc. See bark mill, bolting mill, gristmill, sawmill, textile mill, tide mill, water mill, windmill.
References in periodicals archive ?
A few years ago Haywood and his wife, Sandra, converted the 17th century water mill in the regional capital of Norwich in the eastern counties of England.
According to Jason Liebnitzky, President/Owner of Water Mill Building Supply, AZEK Building Products' entire line-up of premium exterior products is well suited for use in the Hamptons.
Mike Kilgannon has spent more than pounds 700,0 renovating Rossett water mill in the past 40 years but is reluctantly having to sell the Grade II listed building.
A distinctive five-bedroomed converted water mill originally dating back to 1846 and set in approximately 1.
EDUCATION Water Mill Primary School, Water Mill Close ?
From left: Corcoran's Tim Davis, Prudential Douglas Elliman's Dolly Lenz and her Water Mill homeDolly Lenz has upped the asking price on her seven-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bathroom Water Mill home after a "major redecoration.
Barry Swartz obtained permanent financing in the amount of $2,500,000 for a retail strip center on Montauk Highway in Water Mill, New York.
Water Mill can make a winning seasonal bow in the intercasino.
Various suggestions were put forward from a water mill to a lime kiln but the actual use of the site remains a mystery.
The remains of a 15th century water mill in Sefton village, near Maghull, have been found beneath the site of a planned 48-homes complex.
Formerly a cherry orchard adjoining the water mill, this is now a 21/1-acre garden laid out with trees, shrubs and mixed borders beside a lawn, a small lake and a brook.
Proceeds from this occasion will benefit the Siena Spirituality Center in Water Mill, N.