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The water is perfectly clear, has a saltish taste, and at the spring is not unlike weak broth, though it has a disagreeable odor.
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Oxide, a compound of oxygen, and a base destitute of acid and saltish properties.
Salsaginous, sal-saj′i-nus, adj. saltish: growing in brackish places.
Ill have fifty to-day, Mr. Kuk, she said to the saltish individual when he hailed her from outside the tent.
People eat these berries and find them good, with a saltish, bitter taste, and yet a dash of sweetness.
The saltish torrent deluged the surrounding plains—putting every thing into a pretty pickle, as may well be imagined.
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Its taste is saltish, with a degree of roughness and astringency.
Tea made with saltish water, and salt sheep's milk, have been the only drawbacks of the six days' march.
In a hemorrhage from the lungs, the sufferer is quick to notice in the mouth the warm and saltish taste.
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The sweat is a turbid, saltish fluid with a feeble but characteristic odor due to certain volatile fatty acids.
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