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See also: Apollinaris
Originally ‘Apollinaris water’, from Apollinarisburg, a hill near Bonn, Germany.
- (archaic) A type of sparkling mineral water.
- 1897, Henry James, What Maisie Knew:
- Neither had he then, in answer, to articulate anything but the jollity of their having found a table at a window from which, as they partook of cold beef and apollinaris [...] they could let their eyes hover tenderly on the far-off white cliffs that so often had signalled to the embarrassed English a promise of safety.
Apollinaris water — see Apollinaris water