Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Minerals; lime and sandstone, salines, and a mineral spring.

Salines, when given in such amount that they cannot pass off by the kidneys.

Salines, on the contrary, are cooling, and mild in their operation.

About five miles from this place are the Salines, where are to be seen the Gas-Wells.

By 1712 salines were being worked in Missouri and settlers were living about them.

Salines which cause outward diffusion from the vessels are the only cathartics which can be used with propriety.

This island is indeed celebrated for its salines and the natives procure whatever they need by the sale of salt.

This day we passed two salines which enter on the southwestern side.

At length, however, the intravenous use of salines was abandoned also.

They may generally be treated most effectually by the exhibition of salines and rhubarb.