proprietary name of a natural mineral water from southern France, first attested in English 1904.
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Perrier indicated Dufrenne with a fat and trembling forefinger.
We all had flasks and the colonel kept a supply of Perrier water.
George A. Birmingham
Bienville, having returned to France in 1727, was succeeded by Perrier.
B. M. Norman
“The Perrier Jonet 1904, your ladyship,” was the murmured reply.
E. Phillips Oppenheim
Man: Well, shall we say a lettuce salad, and a Perrier and soda?