It follows that we have here a very causa for the saltness of the ocean.
The buoyancy and the saltness are not so wholly unparalleled.
There is not a poem in Anglo-Saxon but breathes the saltness and the bitterness of the sea-air.
For the sea and the blood are salt with the same kinds of saltness.
The saltness of the meat greatly increased our thirst; we at length fell in with our own footprints, nearly filled with sand.
There is no difficulty in accounting for the saltness of the Dead Sea.
Heat inclines the Gulf Stream to rise; saltness inclines it to sink.
But towards the south the saltness of the soil is too great for such vegetation.
On account of its saltness, it soon dries up unless it has honey poured over it.
It has puzzled philosophers to account for the saltness of the sea.