a saline marsh, spring, or the like.
Other definitions for Salina (2 of 2)
a city in central Kansas.
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How to use salina in a sentence
salina said the people picked to participate in the program ranged in age from 13 to 17 and were picked in part because their schools don’t offer that type of programming or their families aren't in a position to afford a camp.In a city where bullets too often hit kids, a program calls on young people to shoot cameras, not guns | Theresa Vargas | March 3, 2021 | Washington Post
The show had moved to salina, and a barber in that town had shaved their keeper in the cage, while the lions sat around.Tramping on Life | Harry Kemp
I passed one salina which, at a distance, appeared to be covered with rose-coloured plants.Wanderings in Patagonia | Julius Beerbohm
The small shrimp-like crustacean, Artemia salina is a case frequently quoted.Parallel Paths | Thomas William Rolleston
Here he had been discovered very opportunely by salina, who was seeking some pretext for calling Toby from his prisoner.Cudjo's Cave | J. T. Trowbridge
But there they encountered unexpected resistance: the two sisters—salina with the pistol, Virginia with the axe.Cudjo's Cave | J. T. Trowbridge
British Dictionary definitions for salina
a salt marsh, lake, or spring
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Scientific definitions for salina
An area of land encrusted with crystalline salt, especially a salt pan or a salt-encrusted playa.
A body of water, such as a salt marsh, spring, pond, or lake, having a high saline content.
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