A natural deposit of exposed salt that animals lick.(noun)
A block of salt or artificial medicated saline preparation set out for cattle, sheep, or deer to lick.(noun)
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Use "salt lick" in a sentence
"We sat with our heads down in the blind, each covering a different direction through openings in the thatched withes, and always I expected the miracle of a bull kudu coming majestic and beautiful through the open scrub to the gray, dusty opening in the trees where the salt lick was worn, grooved, and trampled."