Noun(1) any very large body of (salt
Adjective(1) slightly salty (especially from containing a mixture of seawater and fresh water
(1) The clean briny smell rises with the swimmers, the swells filling the air with steamy vapour.(2) Each lamp has been brushed carefully with a briny patina.(3) Mingled in the mist are the briny perfumes of ocean, fresh oysters, and the Pacific Northwest.(4) The technique minimizes water evaporation and allows roots to be fed by normally damaging briny water.(5) I favour the briny ones, as they are less salty, but they will all need rinsing well before use.(6) Stacy sighed and two briny tears ran through her cheeks.(7) He stood above a toiling, heaving sea of greenish-black, briny waves slapping a shore far distant.(8) ├ö├ç├┐On the briny at last,├ö├ç├û says Anthony, as Christopher pours the drinks.(9) Then two of my most trusted officers stage a takeover attempt, and we all end up in the briny .(10) In the briny Nova Scotia climate, Galvalume coated steel guards against caustic winds and salt air.(11) This ensured that the briny oysters made it to Paris fresh and cold.(12) Naturally, on days like these you will find folk heading to the nearest stretch of white sand and the briny .(13) Other men jumped into the briny water before they could be killed.(14) We had the briny beside us, a carpet of stars above, and two good friends of ours for company.(15) Veal medallions were obliterated by a cascade of caramelized but briny leeks.(16) Cymbals are struck but quickly sink below the briny waters.
1. brackish ::
2. main ::
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