Definition of Salting

1. Noun. The act of adding salt to food.

Generic synonyms: Seasoning
Derivative terms: Salt



Definition of Salting

1. n. The act of sprinkling, impregnating, or furnishing, with salt.

Definition of Salting

1. Verb. (present participle of salt) ¹

2. Noun. the act of sprinkling salt, either on food, or on an icy road ¹

3. Noun. a salt marsh ¹

4. Noun. The act of tampering with an investigation site by adding bogus evidence. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Salting

1. land regularly flooded by tides [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salting

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saltigradae
saltigrade
saltigrades
saltillo
saltillos
saltily
saltimbanco
saltimbancos
saltimbocca
saltimboccas
saltine
saltines
saltiness
saltinesses
salting (current term)
salting in
salting out
saltings
saltire
saltires
saltirewise
saltish
saltle
saltless
saltlick
saltlicks
saltlike
saltly
saltmaker

Literary usage of Salting

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

1. The Gentleman's House: Or, How to Plan English Residences, from the by Robert Kerr (1865)
"IN a large Country House it may be that the salting of meat is occasionally ... A salting-ROOM may then be provided, either on the Ground-floor or in the ..."

2. Transactions of the American Ceramic Society Containing the Papers and by American Ceramic Society (1915)
"GLADDING The salting of sewer pipe, no matter where or under what conditions, ... Two of the essentials for successful salting are sufficient heat to ..."

3. Soaps and Proteins: Their Colloid Chemistry in Theory and Practice by Martin Fischer, George D. McLaughlin, Marian Osgood Hooker (1921)
"The observations detailed in the previous pages on the salting- out of the different soaps help us to explain, we think, in simpler fashion than is ..."

4. Soaps and Proteins: Their Colloid Chemistry in Theory and Practice by Martin Fischer, George D. McLaughlin, Marian Osgood Hooker (1921)
"The observations detailed in the previous pages on the salting- out of the different soaps help us to explain, we think, in simpler fashion than is ..."

5. Soaps and Proteins: Their Colloid Chemistry in Theory and Practice by Martin Fischer, George D. McLaughlin, Marian Osgood Hooker (1921)
"The observations detailed in the previous pages on the salting- out of the different soaps help us to explain, we think, in simpler fashion than is ..."

6. Prospecting for Gold and Silver in North America by Arthur Lakes (1896)
"salting MINES. In these days when, owing to the depression of silver, ... One of these tricks is what is known as " salting" mines or ledges; that is, ..."

7. Prospecting for Gold and Silver in North America by Arthur Lakes (1899)
"CHAPTER XXI salting MINES IN THESE days when, owing to the depression of silver, ... One of these tricks is what is known as "salting " mines or ledges ..."

8. Scientific Butter-making by William H. Lynch (1883)
"Therefore, if the general process, up to salting, has been such as to leave a ... salting to Suit the Taste of Consumer. The other course is open and may be ..."

9. The Gentleman's House: Or, How to Plan English Residences, from the by Robert Kerr (1865)
"IN a large Country House it may be that the salting of meat is occasionally ... A salting-ROOM may then be provided, either on the Ground-floor or in the ..."

10. Transactions of the American Ceramic Society Containing the Papers and by American Ceramic Society (1915)
"GLADDING The salting of sewer pipe, no matter where or under what conditions, ... Two of the essentials for successful salting are sufficient heat to ..."

11. Soaps and Proteins: Their Colloid Chemistry in Theory and Practice by Martin Fischer, George D. McLaughlin, Marian Osgood Hooker (1921)
"The observations detailed in the previous pages on the salting- out of the different soaps help us to explain, we think, in simpler fashion than is ..."

12. Soaps and Proteins: Their Colloid Chemistry in Theory and Practice by Martin Fischer, George D. McLaughlin, Marian Osgood Hooker (1921)
"The observations detailed in the previous pages on the salting- out of the different soaps help us to explain, we think, in simpler fashion than is ..."

13. Soaps and Proteins: Their Colloid Chemistry in Theory and Practice by Martin Fischer, George D. McLaughlin, Marian Osgood Hooker (1921)
"The observations detailed in the previous pages on the salting- out of the different soaps help us to explain, we think, in simpler fashion than is ..."

14. Prospecting for Gold and Silver in North America by Arthur Lakes (1896)
"salting MINES. In these days when, owing to the depression of silver, ... One of these tricks is what is known as " salting" mines or ledges; that is, ..."

15. Prospecting for Gold and Silver in North America by Arthur Lakes (1899)
"CHAPTER XXI salting MINES IN THESE days when, owing to the depression of silver, ... One of these tricks is what is known as "salting " mines or ledges ..."

16. Scientific Butter-making by William H. Lynch (1883)
"Therefore, if the general process, up to salting, has been such as to leave a ... salting to Suit the Taste of Consumer. The other course is open and may be ..."

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