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salimeter a hydrometer that measures the concentration of salt in a solution; salinometer.
salina a salty marsh, spring, lake, or the like. [2 definitions]
saline of, pertaining to, or containing salt. [3 definitions]
salinometer an instrument that measure the concentration of salt in a solution, esp. by indirect measurement of electrical conductivity.
Salisbury see "Harare."
Salisbury steak a seasoned patty of ground beef, fried or broiled and often served with gravy.
Salish one of a group of northwestern North American Indian peoples. [2 definitions]
Salishan of, related to, or designating the Salish, or their language or culture.
saliva the colorless, tasteless liquid that is produced by glands in the mouth and that aids in the tasting, chewing, and digestion of food.
salivate to secrete saliva in the mouth. [2 definitions]
sallet a light medieval helmet with a pointed, projecting neck guard and often a visor.
sallow1 marked by a yellowish gray, often sickly color, as skin complexion. [2 definitions]
sallow2 any of a number of European willows, esp. a bushy tree or shrub that is used to make charcoal.
sally a sudden forward attack or rush from a defensive position by a military force. [7 definitions]
Sally Lunn (sometimes l.c.) a somewhat sweet teacake, often served warm.
salmagundi a salad containing chopped meat, anchovies, eggs, onions, vinegar, and oil. [2 definitions]
salmi a dish consisting of partially roasted game fowl, such as pheasant, that is stewed in wine, butter, and spices.
salmon any of various edible saltwater fishes with tender, pinkish flesh that are related to trout, inhabit waters in the north, and characteristically swim up streams to spawn in fresh water. [2 definitions]
salmonberry a variety of raspberry bush found in the western United States. [2 definitions]
salmonella any of several bacteria that produce illness, esp. food poisoning, in humans and other warm-blooded animals.
Salome according to the New Testament, the stepdaughter of the Roman tetrarch of Galilee who so pleased him by her dancing that he agreed to execute John the Baptist and give her his severed head. [2 definitions]