- sea risk,
- sea robber,
- sea robin,
- sea room,
- sea rover,
- sea scallop,
- sea scorpion,
- sea scout,
- sea serpent,
- sea shanty
Origin of sea salt
Examples from the Web for sea-salt
That whose acid is the acid of sea-salt is called Sal Ammoniac.
The figure of the crystals of this Salt, though much like that of the crystals of Sea-salt, is nevertheless a little different.
The first or Great Pyramid is built after the pattern of sea-salt when it crystallises in the warmth of the sun.Historical Miniatures|August Strindberg
The Mediterranean sea contain 1-22 of the sea-salt, which is less than the German sea contains.The Mosaic History of the Creation of the World|Thomas Wood
The word halogen is derived from the Greek ἅλς (sea-salt) and γεννᾶν (to produce), and consequently means the sea-salt producer.