salt with

phrasal verb

salted with; salting with; salts with
: to put something in many places in (a story, speech, etc.)
She salted her speech with many religious references.
The book is salted with witty anecdotes.

Examples of salt with in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The polish blends salts with four exfoliating minerals (quartz, garnet, alumina and silica), hibiscus flower acid and hydrating natural botanical oils. Ingrid Schmidt, The Hollywood Reporter, 3 Sep. 2019 The American Heart Association is recommending, for example, that the FDA do similar modeling studies here and that regulators consider running an educational campaign explaining the policy change, as well as requiring labeling on foods that have replaced salt with potassium chloride. Nicholas Florko, STAT, 15 Aug. 2023 Use baking soda: Another easy option uses baking soda: Combine 1/2 cup salt with 1/2 cup baking soda and 1 cup of vinegar, and pour down the drain. Amy Mitchell, Country Living, 30 July 2023 Mix filling: In a medium mixing bowl, combine the sugar, cornstarch, and salt with a whisk (this will help the cornstarch from lumping). Rob Connoley, Southern Living, 1 July 2023 Simply mix a half teaspoon of salt with eight ounces of water, then have your child gargle the solution. Jeannette Moninger, Parents, 23 June 2023 Beat the egg whites, vinegar, vanilla, and salt with an electric mixer on medium until soft peaks form. Bhg Test Kitchen, Better Homes & Gardens, 16 May 2023 Georgeson recommends pairing a handful of the salts with a few pumps of Saint Jane’s Luxury Body Serum to create a skin-smoothing exfoliating scrub. Brian Underwood, Women's Health, 4 May 2023 See More

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“Salt with.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 1 Dec. 2023.

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