Definition of Saltiness

1. Noun. Language or humor that is down-to-earth. "Self-parody and saltiness riddled their core genre"

Exact synonyms: Coarseness
Generic synonyms: Expressive Style, Style
Derivative terms: Salty



2. Noun. The taste experience when common salt is taken into the mouth.

3. Noun. The property of containing salt (as a compound or in solution).
Generic synonyms: Property
Specialized synonyms: Brininess, Salinity, Brackishness
Category relationships: Solution
Derivative terms: Salty

Definition of Saltiness

1. Noun. The property of being, or tasting, salty. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Saltiness

1. [n -ES]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Saltiness

saltiers
salties
saltiest
saltigradae
saltigrade
saltigrades
saltillo
saltillos
saltily
saltimbanco
saltimbancos
saltimbocca
saltimboccas
saltine
saltines
saltiness
saltinesses
salting
salting in
salting out
saltings
saltire
saltires
saltirewise
saltish
saltle
saltless
saltlick
saltlicks
saltlike

Literary usage of Saltiness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Pauline [Pistis-Upostasis], According to Heb. XI,1: An Historico by Michael Ambrose Mathis (1920)
"In both cases, Aristotle thinks that the saltiness is due to the mixture of some solid particles ... Thus he explains the saltiness of sea water : Srj\ov oп ..."

2. Similarities of Redaction of the Gospel According to Matthew, with Texts of by Pasi K. Pohjala (2006)
"Betz 1995, 159 comments that salt losing its saltiness is like water losing its wetness- a real absurdity, even if it is to be taken metaphorically. ..."

3. Expansion of Races by Charles Edward Woodruff (1909)
"The degree of saltiness of the serum varies greatly in different animals, and it was thought that this would give some hint as to the prior saltiness of the ..."

4. The Voice...by Oneil McQuick by Oneil McQuick (2005)
"Allegation To Loosing Salvation: Loose your saltiness refers to loosing your salvation. Refutation: It surprises me that after reading this verse, ..."

5. Pedagogical Articles: Linen-measurer by Leo Tolstoy, Leo Wiener (1904)
"The salt in Palestine was not like ours, which is evaporated or mined, and easily lost its saltiness. The meaning is that you serve as the salt for the ..."

6. The Philippine Journal of Science by Philippines Bureau of Science (1907)
"So far, the structure is xerophytic, which seems to be an adaptation to the insolation rather than to any saltiness of the substratum, since the hypodermis ..."

7. The Pauline [Pistis-Upostasis], According to Heb. XI,1: An Historico by Michael Ambrose Mathis (1920)
"In both cases, Aristotle thinks that the saltiness is due to the mixture of some solid particles ... Thus he explains the saltiness of sea water : Srj\ov oп ..."

8. Similarities of Redaction of the Gospel According to Matthew, with Texts of by Pasi K. Pohjala (2006)
"Betz 1995, 159 comments that salt losing its saltiness is like water losing its wetness- a real absurdity, even if it is to be taken metaphorically. ..."

9. Expansion of Races by Charles Edward Woodruff (1909)
"The degree of saltiness of the serum varies greatly in different animals, and it was thought that this would give some hint as to the prior saltiness of the ..."

10. The Voice...by Oneil McQuick by Oneil McQuick (2005)
"Allegation To Loosing Salvation: Loose your saltiness refers to loosing your salvation. Refutation: It surprises me that after reading this verse, ..."

11. Pedagogical Articles: Linen-measurer by Leo Tolstoy, Leo Wiener (1904)
"The salt in Palestine was not like ours, which is evaporated or mined, and easily lost its saltiness. The meaning is that you serve as the salt for the ..."

12. The Philippine Journal of Science by Philippines Bureau of Science (1907)
"So far, the structure is xerophytic, which seems to be an adaptation to the insolation rather than to any saltiness of the substratum, since the hypodermis ..."

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