Discouting the gross factor of swimming in that saline cesspool, there are some awesome images.
A nurse at saline Memorial Hospice, she was leaving work when her ex-boyfriend fatally shot her before turning the gun on himself.
I had saline mixed with Lidocaine pumped into my face to constrict my blood vessels and numb me so I could endure the zapping.
Each subject went through this process twice, once being given a saline vial, once a vial of actual tears.
At our fording place near the saline, it is about sixty yards wide, with clear water and pebbly shores, like those of the Neosho.
His were the shinbones of the saline beef; his would have been the drumsticks.
His plan is to administer this drug in the form of solution or mixture, in combination with a saline aperient.
He had taken in a quart before he discovered that the water was saline.
The air is so saturated with saline spray that the rain will leave a slight deposit of salt after it has evaporated.
The addition of the saline ingredients, or the precipitation of the alum.
"made of salt," c.1500, probably from a Latin word related to salinum "salt cellar" and salinae "salt pits," from sal (genitive salis) "salt" (see salt (n.)). Also in Middle English as a noun meaning "salt pit" (13c.). Saline solution attested from 1833.
saline sa·line (sā'lēn', -līn')
Of, relating to, or containing salt; salty.
Of or relating to chemical salts.
A salt of magnesium or of the alkalis, used in medicine as a cathartic.
A saline solution, especially one that is isotonic to blood.