Definition of Saltshaker

1. Noun. A shaker with a perforated top for sprinkling salt.

Exact synonyms: Salt Shaker
Generic synonyms: Shaker



Definition of Saltshaker

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of salt shaker) ¹

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Definition of Saltshaker

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saltshaker

saltoed
saltoing
saltopus
saltopuses
saltos
saltpan
saltpans
saltpeter
saltpeter paper
saltpeters
saltpetre
saltpetres
saltpetrous
saltproof
salts
saltshaker (current term)
saltshakers
saltus
saltuses
saltweed
saltweeds
saltwork
saltworks
saltwort
saltwort family
saltworts
salty

Literary usage of Saltshaker

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1. Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal : an Annotated Topical Bibliography by Steven C. Kettler (1993)
"Author suggests something more natural and less forced." — GCB. A study guide is available. Pippert, Rebecca Manley, Out of the saltshaker and ..."

2. Do the Right Thing: The People's Economist Speaks by Walter Edward Williams (1995)
"So, if you're in a restaurant and see a person putting salt on his food, why not take the saltshaker? Or, if you see a fat person spreading butter on his ..."

3. Beginner's French by Anna Woods Ballard, Max Walter (1918)
"... saint. saisir, to grasp, seize, take. saison,/., season. salade, /., salad. salière,/., saltshaker. salle, /., hall, room; — d'attente, waiting-room; ..."

4. Maggie's Too by Paul E. Furdon (2001)
"When Gordon returned and set out the napkins, Salvi whacked the eggs with a saltshaker that was on the table and began removing the eggshells from the ..."

5. Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal : an Annotated Topical Bibliography by Steven C. Kettler (1993)
"Author suggests something more natural and less forced." — GCB. A study guide is available. Pippert, Rebecca Manley, Out of the saltshaker and ..."

6. Do the Right Thing: The People's Economist Speaks by Walter Edward Williams (1995)
"So, if you're in a restaurant and see a person putting salt on his food, why not take the saltshaker? Or, if you see a fat person spreading butter on his ..."

7. Beginner's French by Anna Woods Ballard, Max Walter (1918)
"... saint. saisir, to grasp, seize, take. saison,/., season. salade, /., salad. salière,/., saltshaker. salle, /., hall, room; — d'attente, waiting-room; ..."

8. Maggie's Too by Paul E. Furdon (2001)
"When Gordon returned and set out the napkins, Salvi whacked the eggs with a saltshaker that was on the table and began removing the eggshells from the ..."

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