/ (ˈsɔːltɪŋ) /
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(often plural) an area of low ground regularly inundated with salt water; often taken to include its halophyte vegetation; a salt marsh
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Words nearby salting
saltier, saltigrade, Saltillo, saltimbocca, saltine, salting, salting out, saltire, saltirewise, saltish, salt junk
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How to use salting in a sentence
No testimony suggested he was salting money into Wall Street.From Katrina to the Clink: Ex New Orleans Mayor Heads to Prison|Jason Berry|February 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is universally accepted foodie-purist knowledge that simply slicing and lightly salting a tomato is the way to go.The Only Food That Matters|Katie Workman|August 18, 2009|DAILY BEAST
He now owned two large warehouses in the town and several salting-houses in the north.Skipper Worse|Alexander Lange Kielland
The husband had fallen by an anonymous bullet while salting his cattle on the mountain in an early year of the war.
By this precaution, the after-salting on the surface is sure to penetrate deep enough to cure effectually the less salted parts.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen
Here's my daughter run away to be married with the coolest, freshest, limber-tongued young codfish that ever escaped salting.The Belted Seas|Arthur Colton
However, in 1908, the Uruguayan beef-salting factories slaughtered three times as many cattle as the Argentine.Argentina|W. A. Hirst