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It was found to be saltish to the taste, and to dissolve readily in water.

It is limpid, like water, of a saltish taste, and without odor.

Its taste is saltish, with a degree of roughness and astringency.

Saltish this water may be, but nine-tenths of it is honest rain from heaven.'

The saltish atmosphere is left behind, and the air tings with the sweetness of mountain and lake.

It has a saltish taste according to the accurate Baron Haller, not unlike the whey of milk, which it even resembles in smell.

Its taste is saltish, inclining to bitter; and it decrepitates on burning coals.

The colours and the saltish taste of its surface are occasioned by a remainder of the Marine Acid.

The water is seen oozing forth from the many bogs, and has a saltish taste, impregnated with saltpetre and sulphur.

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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