an extensive level tract coated with salt deposits left by evaporation of rising ground water or a temporary body of surface water.
a flat expanse of salt left by the total evaporation of a body of water
noun 1. a gland, located in the head of seabirds and various marine mammals and reptiles, that secretes into the nasal passages the excess salt imbibed or ingested.
adjective, Ceramics. 1. having a salt glaze.
noun 1. a ceramic glaze on stoneware produced by the chemical reaction that occurs when salt is thrown into a kiln during firing.
noun 1. any of several grasses, as Distichlis spicata, that grow in salt marshes or meadows or in alkali soil.