brackish

slightly salty

brackish

water that is a mixture of both fresh and salt water
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Brackish

• (a.) Saltish, or salt in a moderate degree, as water in saline soil.
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brackish

briny adjective slightly salty (especially from containing a mixture of seawater and fresh water); `a brackish lagoon`; `the briny deep`
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Brackish

Brack'ish adjective [ See Brack salt water.] Saltish, or salt in a moderate degree, as water in saline soil. « Springs in deserts found seem sweet, all brackish though they be. Byron. »
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Brackish

a mixture of salt and fresh water, somewhat saline
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Brackish

a mixture of salt and fresh water, somewhat saline
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Brackish

A taste fault giving the coffee brew a salty and alkaline sensation. The result of salts and alkalin
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brackish

adj. Slightly salty.
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brackish

adj. Slightly salty.
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Brackish

Characterized by a mixture of salt and fresh water, as found in tidal areas such as bays, lagoons, and marshes.
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Brackish

Characterized by a mixture of salt and fresh water, as found in tidal areas such as bays, lagoons, and marshes.
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Brackish

Describing water that is slightly salty; water whose salinity is between that of normal fresh water and normal sea water (Morris 1992).
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Brackish

Environment that is influenced by seawater with a salinity less than 35 parts per thousand (usually caused by the presence of an inflow of fresh water).
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Brackish

Having a somewhat salty taste, especially from containing a mixture of seawater and fresh water.
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brackish

Marine and Estuarine waters with Mixohaline salinity. The term should not be applied to inland waters.
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Brackish

Mixed fresh and salt water.
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brackish

Mixed with salt, briny. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Brackish

Pertaining to waters with a salt concentration between that of pure ocean water and freshwater (i.e., bay water).
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brackish

saltish; very salty
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brackish

slightly salty
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brackish

slightly salty
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Brackish

Slightly salty water typical of river estuaries and lagoons. Some fish, e.g. archer-fish, gobies, and puffers require a brackish aquarium set-up to thrive.
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brackish

Slightly salty.
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brackish

Water of intermediate salinity between seawater and freshwater.
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