Watershed

Watershed,

Definition of Watershed:

  1. An area or ridge of land that separates waters flowing to different rivers, basins, or seas.

  2. An event or period marking a turning point in a course of action or state of affairs.

  3. Area above a body of water or watercourse that partially surrounds it and contributes water from rain and/or other sources.

Synonyms of Watershed

Watershed, Critical moment, Decisive moment, Crossroads, Crisis, Climacteric, Moment of truth

How to use Watershed in a sentence?

  1. In the Marin watershed on Pumpkin Ridge, Davidson showed me a site where Rizzo and other scientists had injected some healthy coast live oaks with P. ramorum.
  2. These works mark a watershed in the history of music.

Meaning of Watershed & Watershed Definition