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Definition of "saltness" [salt•ness]

  • The state or quality of being salt. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "saltness" in a sentence
  • "The Arabs take the salt collected by evaporation in these pits for their own use, and that of their flocks. not be healed -- Those not reached by the healing waters of the Gospel, through their sloth and earthly-mindedness, are given over (Re 22: 11) to their own bitterness and barrenness (as "saltness" is often employed to express, De 29: 23; Ps 107: 34; Zep 2: 9); an awful example to others in the punishment they suffer (2Pe 2: 6)."
  • "For there is salt, which has saltness, that is, which has the fulness of grace; and there is salt, which has no saltness, for that which is not peaceful is salt unseasoned."
  • "But if it be without saltness, that is, if its virtue of drying up and preserving be gone, with what shall it be salted?"