saline

[ sey-leen, -lahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF saline

Synonyms for saline

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The residue is of a brown color, and has a saline, bitter taste.

His were the shinbones of the saline beef; his would have been the drumsticks.

Sales and rents of saline lands, produced an income of $4,636.

Water replete with saline particles, as brine-pickle for salt meat.

The walls are built of a sort of clay glittering with saline incrustations.

I've treated the burns, and a saline drip is taking care of the other.

The water, saline as it was, had partly quenched their thirst.

He had taken in a quart before he discovered that the water was saline.

The addition of the saline ingredients, or the precipitation of the alum.

The mutual action of these stuffs, and neutral compounds not saline.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR SALINE

briny

adjectivesalty

salt water

nounwater containing salt
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