Definition of Saltpans

1. Noun. (plural of saltpan) ¹



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Definition of Saltpans

1. saltpan [n] - See also: saltpan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saltpans

saltmaking
saltmarsh
saltmarshes
saltmouth
saltmouths
saltness
saltnesses
salto
salto mortale
saltoed
saltoing
saltopus
saltopuses
saltos
saltpan
saltpans (current term)
saltpeter
saltpeter paper
saltpeters
saltpetre
saltpetres
saltpetrous
saltproof
salts
saltshaker
saltshakers
saltus
saltuses

Literary usage of Saltpans

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1. A Narrative of a Visit to the Mauritius and South Africa by James Backhouse (1844)
"saltpans Drift.— Tired Cattle.—Broad-tailed Sheep.—Wild Geese.—Heat.—Meeting with the Griquas.—Irrigation.—Road.—Bushman Village. — Great Orange River. ..."

2. A Narrative of a Visit to the Mauritius and South Africa by James Backhouse (1844)
"saltpans Drift.— Tired Cattle.—Broad-tailed Sheep.—Wild Geese.—Heat.—Meeting with the Griquas.—Irrigation.—Road.—Bushman Village. — Great Orange River. ..."

3. Precis of the Archives of the Cape of Good Hope by H. C. V. Leibbrandt, Jan van Riebeeck (1902)
"There are also divers saltpans there, containing beautiful white salt, which comes to perfection during the dry season. The breadth of the river is very ..."

4. A Narrative of a Visit to the Mauritius and South Africa by James Backhouse (1844)
"saltpans Drift.— Tired Cattle.—Broad-tailed Sheep.—Wild Geese.—Heat.—Meeting with the Griquas.—Irrigation.—Road.—Bushman Village. — Great Orange River. ..."

5. A Narrative of a Visit to the Mauritius and South Africa by James Backhouse (1844)
"saltpans Drift.— Tired Cattle.—Broad-tailed Sheep.—Wild Geese.—Heat.—Meeting with the Griquas.—Irrigation.—Road.—Bushman Village. — Great Orange River. ..."

6. Precis of the Archives of the Cape of Good Hope by H. C. V. Leibbrandt, Jan van Riebeeck (1902)
"There are also divers saltpans there, containing beautiful white salt, which comes to perfection during the dry season. The breadth of the river is very ..."

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