Definition of Saltish

1. Adjective. Somewhat salty.

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Definition of Saltish

1. a. Somewhat salt.

Definition of Saltish

1. Adjective. Somewhat salty. ¹

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Definition of Saltish

1. somewhat salty [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saltish

saltimbanco
saltimbancos
saltimbocca
saltimboccas
saltine
saltines
saltiness
saltinesses
salting
salting in
salting out
saltings
saltire
saltires
saltirewise
saltish (current term)
saltle
saltless
saltlick
saltlicks
saltlike
saltly
saltmaker
saltmakers
saltmaking
saltmarsh
saltmarshes
saltmouth
saltmouths
saltness

Literary usage of Saltish

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1. The East: Sketches of Travel in Egypt and the Holy Land by Jesse Ames Spencer (1850)
"saltish Plain.—The Water.—Took a Bath in it.—Character of the Water.— The Plain or Valley of the Jordan.—Banks of the River.—Bathing-place of the Pilgrims. ..."

2. The London Medical Gazette (1842)
"... ie they perceive a saltish taste ; and just before the blood appears, a tickling sensation is experienced about the top of the larynx. ..."

3. Homœopathic therapeutics by Samuel Lilienthal (1879)
"... with frequent, rapidly succeeding coughs, excited by tickling, as from adherent mucus, at night without, in daytime with expectoration of saltish mucus, ..."

4. The Practical Speller and Definer by Blackwood Ketcham Benson, Frank A. Glenn (1897)
"... mean. refuse, dregs; leavings. brack'ish, saltish. flu'id, anything that flows, as water, eta pal'lid, very pale. corpse, a dead body, as of a man. ..."

5. A Primer of Materia Medica for Practitioners of Homoeopathy by Timothy Field Allen (1891)
"ish mucus; with profuse whitish expectoration, sometimes saltish, sometimes flat and nauseous. Skin: Eruption like nettlerash in large, red blotches, ..."

6. The East: Sketches of Travel in Egypt and the Holy Land by Jesse Ames Spencer (1850)
"saltish Plain.—The Water.—Took a Bath in it.—Character of the Water.— The Plain or Valley of the Jordan.—Banks of the River.—Bathing-place of the Pilgrims. ..."

7. The London Medical Gazette (1842)
"... ie they perceive a saltish taste ; and just before the blood appears, a tickling sensation is experienced about the top of the larynx. ..."

8. Homœopathic therapeutics by Samuel Lilienthal (1879)
"... with frequent, rapidly succeeding coughs, excited by tickling, as from adherent mucus, at night without, in daytime with expectoration of saltish mucus, ..."

9. The Practical Speller and Definer by Blackwood Ketcham Benson, Frank A. Glenn (1897)
"... mean. refuse, dregs; leavings. brack'ish, saltish. flu'id, anything that flows, as water, eta pal'lid, very pale. corpse, a dead body, as of a man. ..."

10. A Primer of Materia Medica for Practitioners of Homoeopathy by Timothy Field Allen (1891)
"ish mucus; with profuse whitish expectoration, sometimes saltish, sometimes flat and nauseous. Skin: Eruption like nettlerash in large, red blotches, ..."

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