Definitions for "Water-Table"
The upper surface of the Zone of saturation of soil by ground water.
n. The level below which the ground is saturated. Any hole in the ground will fill with water when the water-table has been reached. This level often fluctuates with rainfall. The water-table is thus the upper surface of the groundwater.
a surface of an unconfined body of ground water at which the pressure is equal to the atmospheric pressure.
Keywords:  perched, table, see
Keywords:  moulding, masonry, throw, sloping, belt
A belt course of masonry, moulding, or other projecting member with a sloping top, so placed as to throw off water from a wall.