(Josh. 3:16). See DEAD SEA.
In spite of his need for haste, he paused to gloat upon the favor the moon and the salt sea had rendered him.
He had doubled the salt sea's rapture, and he had shackled its gift of freedom.
Strict constructionists held this to be unconstitutional; only harbors upon the salt sea were under the Federal Government.
Hell, and all the salt sea, and the rivers of the earth, cannot quench it.
His unhosed feet protruded from the window, probably with a view to fumigation by the salt sea breeze.
But her eyes, poor poet, her eyes—are they not also pools of the salt sea?
He must attend to this war, that was clear, but need he necessarily go back to the salt sea?
No wonder that the Dalmatians are all sailors, wooers of the salt sea gale.
Think you that He would have protected you when He did not watch over my boy, who was carried away over the salt sea?
Her eyes were blue as the sky, and her cheeks were fresh as the salt sea.