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
Capers and kalamata olives add a briny salty flavor.
The ripe ones (yellow and black peels) are fried to make maduros, which are soft, alternately sweet and salty and are the second best side dish on the planet behind macaroni and cheese.
That represents barely any change from the previous estimate of 340 animals, from 2014, but far below the 1,300 belugas that scientists say were swimming three decades ago in the silty, salty water between Anchorage and the Gulf of Alaska.
The smoked fish spread, sausage and other snacks are salty, rich or creamy, well thought out to complement the robust brews.
The popcorn was hot and salty, the Memphis crowd was Beale Street batty as usual and the atmosphere exploded the notion that the regular season doesn't matter.
Country stories, childhood jokes, old folks’ wisdom, sweet and salty.
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.
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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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