Examples of salty in a Sentence
I think the soup tastes salty.
salty sea water is safe to swim in, but you really shouldn't swallow it
Recent Examples of salty from the Web
The bacon, cured in-house, came in thick slabs, satisfyingly salty.
And all worth it: Once again, American cheese reminds you that its primary purpose is to be melted atop something else, and the bacon was crispy, salty, smoky and laid on with a hand that found the balance between overly subtle and overwhelming.
While the salt reductions for Maggi are in line with Nestle's broader targets, the change in one of its biggest and saltiest ranges deepens the company's commitment to meeting them.
Thresa Thomas and Princess Benson, also enrolled in the program, recently went grocery shopping together and stayed away from salty foods.
Some of the experiments, like the new To-Gose summer seasonal, a sour and slightly salty style, get released beyond the tap room.
Actors try out a range of salty brogues that pitches much of the dialogue in a sea of confusing accents.
As a result, the meat has undergone a salty transformation but still tastes quintessentially of pork or beef or lamb, with patches of white fat as tender as butter and pockets of flesh that are properly chewy but never leathery or dry.
Dr. Morris combines the wisdom of a tribal elder with the salty humor of a retired sea captain.
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First Known Use of salty
SALTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of salty for English Language Learners
: containing salt or too much salt
: somewhat rude or shocking
SALTY Defined for Kids
Definition of salty for Students
: of, tasting of, or containing salt salty food
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