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Salesroom

ˈseɪlzruːm

Meanings of Salesroom:

noun

Another term for saleroom.

Salesrooms

ˈseɪlzruːm

Meanings of Salesrooms:

noun

Another term for saleroom.

Saleswoman

ˈseɪlzˌwʊm.ən

Meanings of Saleswoman:

noun

A woman whose job involves selling or promoting commercial products.

Usage examples:

A saleswoman came out from behind the counter and asked if she could help

Meanings of Saleswomen:

noun

A woman whose job involves selling or promoting commercial products.

Usage examples:

A saleswoman came out from behind the counter and asked if she could help

Saleyard

ˈseɪljɑːd

Meanings of Saleyard:

noun

A place where livestock is sold.

Usage examples:

The owner of the stolen cattle is suing the saleyard

Salian

ˈseɪlɪən

Meanings of Salian:

noun

A member of the salii, a 4th-century frankish people living near the river ijssel, from whom the merovingians were descended.

Usage examples:

The imperial crown was neglected for a while and when it was resurrected again it was held by germa…
adjective

Relating to the salii.

Usage examples:

Edward the confessor's norman-style westminster abbey was, with the exception of the cathedral of t…

Salic

ˈsalɪk

Meanings of Salic:

adjective

Another term for salian.

Meanings of Salicin:

noun

A bitter compound present in willow bark. it is a glucoside related to aspirin, and accounts for the ancient use of willow bark as a pain-relieving drug.

Usage examples:

The willow bark contained salicin, the pharmacological ancestor of a family of drugs called salicyl…

Meanings of Salicine:

noun

A bitter compound present in willow bark. it is a glucoside related to aspirin, and accounts for the ancient use of willow bark as a pain-relieving drug.

Usage examples:

The willow bark contained salicin, the pharmacological ancestor of a family of drugs called salicyl…

Meanings of Salicional:

noun

An organ stop with a soft reedy tone.

Usage examples:

The 4' viola is extended from the 8' salicional. the 2 2/3' nazard is derived from the salicional u…

Salience

ˈseɪlɪəns

Meanings of Salience:

noun

The quality of being particularly noticeable or important; prominence.

Usage examples:

The political salience of religion has a considerable impact

Saliencies

ˈseɪlɪəns

Meanings of Saliencies:

noun

The quality of being particularly noticeable or important; prominence.

Usage examples:

The political salience of religion has a considerable impact

Saliency

ˈseɪlɪəns

Meanings of Saliency:

noun

The quality of being particularly noticeable or important; prominence.

Usage examples:

The political salience of religion has a considerable impact

Meanings of Salient:

adjective

Most noticeable or important.

Usage examples:

It succinctly covered all the salient points of the case
noun

A piece of land or section of fortification that juts out to form an angle.

Usage examples:

Had the wall run due north from this point on the upper terrace, the area enclosed would have been …

Salientia

ˌseɪlɪˈɛnʃɪə

Meanings of Salientia:

noun

Another term for anura.

Salients

ˈseɪlɪənt

Meanings of Salients:

noun

A piece of land or section of fortification that juts out to form an angle.

Usage examples:

Had the wall run due north from this point on the upper terrace, the area enclosed would have been …
adjective

Most noticeable or important.

Usage examples:

It succinctly covered all the salient points of the case

Meanings of Saliferous:

adjective

(of rock or strata) containing a large proportion of salt.

Salina

səˈlʌɪnə

Meanings of Salina:

noun

(chiefly in the caribbean or south america) a salt pan, salt lake, or salt marsh.

Usage examples:

Playas (salinas in south america; sabkhas or sebkhas in africa) are found in closed interior basins…

Salinas

səˈlʌɪnə

Meanings of Salinas:

noun

(chiefly in the caribbean or south america) a salt pan, salt lake, or salt marsh.

Usage examples:

Playas (salinas in south america; sabkhas or sebkhas in africa) are found in closed interior basins…

Meanings of Saline:

adjective

Containing or impregnated with salt.

Usage examples:

Saline alluvial soils
noun

A solution of salt in water.

Usage examples:

A saline abortion is a solution of salt saline that is injected into the mothers womb.

Salinities

səˈlɪnɪti

Meanings of Salinities:

noun

The quality or degree of being saline.

Usage examples:

The salinity of the water is high

Salinity

səˈlɪn.ə.ti

Meanings of Salinity:

noun

The quality or degree of being saline.

Usage examples:

The salinity of the water is high

Salinometer

ˌsalɪˈnɒmɪtə

Meanings of Salinometer:

noun

An instrument for measuring the salinity of water.

Usage examples:

Oceanographers use a salinometer in order to measure the exact salinity of a water sample and to be…

Meanings of Salisbury:

proper noun

A city in southern england, in wiltshire; population 42,900 (est. 2009). it is noted for its 13th-century cathedral, whose spire, at 123 m (404 ft), is the highest in england. its diocese is known as sarum, an old name for the city.

noun

A dish consisting of ground beef and spices, formed into a flat, round shape and cooked, usually served with gravy (= meat sauce)

Salish

ˈseɪlɪʃ

Meanings of Salish:

noun

A member of a group of north american peoples inhabiting areas of the north-western us and british columbia.

Usage examples:

Coast salish appreciated the danger of overfishing, moreover, and adopted conservation measures suc…
adjective

Relating to the salish or their languages.

Usage examples:

Thus he prohibits her learning of the salish language and does not send her to the boarding school …

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