Its water is brackish; that of the Nile is good and pleasant.
The solution of a base has a soapy feel and a brackish taste.
It was fresh water, undoubtedly; very cold, and not in the least brackish.
They all found the water deep and brackish, and the current very slow.
And so, you see, she lies there dying in the brackish water.
At last some brackish water was found, and the Roebuck proceeded to Timor.
We at length reached a pool of brackish water, which somewhat restored us.
To the taste it is not only brackish, but hath other loathsome tasts.
Water is, every where, to be had; but it is brackish, like the water of the lake.
The water was dark in color, and I fancied had a brackish taste.