[ fˈa͡ʊnts], [ fˈaʊnts], [ f_ˈaʊ_n_t_s]
How to use "Founts" in context?
We all go to the fountains in our parks and public places, drink from the blessed relief of a cold drink after a long day and enjoy the beauty of nature at its finest. Fountains have always been symbols of beauty, wealth and power. For centuries, fountains were used to distribute water in bulk to nearby buildings and homes. With the Industrial Revolution came new methods of supplying water to people and businesses, and fountains became decorative features in gardens and public parks. Today, fountains are still used to provide potable water, but they are also admired for their graceful designs and the beauty of their water motion.
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