A brackish breeze blew off the Black Sea, mixing with rotting garbage, human sweat, cheap cleaning products, and undefined fumes.
The oxen drank this water better than they did the brackish water of the former camp.
They all found the water deep and brackish, and the current very slow.
Quebec marks the place where the St. Lawrence River suddenly broadens from a river into a tidal gulf of brackish or salt water.
And so, you see, she lies there dying in the brackish water.
A variety with wide wavy fronds is sometimes found in the brackish water near the mouths of rivers.
At last some brackish water was found, and the Roebuck proceeded to Timor.
The water was good, and not brackish at that time of the year.
We at length reached a pool of brackish water, which somewhat restored us.
Yet she desired it, as one in a desert would be thankful for brackish water.