salt water's not good for the materials, it requires pure water.
But it's salt water, so from an operational point of view you're pretty screwed.
The parish takes its name from a salt water loch of the same name.
They are cousins to the mermaids, that swim in the salt water.
They passed the day mostly on the salt water, and in the evening came inland to feed.
Father loved to look at salt water by sunlight or moonlight—or no light.
Here Jacko came on deck buoyant as a ball, and with a coat made more glossy by the chemical action of the salt water.
I think it must be in our blood, this being able to keep well and happy on salt water.
There never was one of our breed who did not take to salt water like a young gull.
A small rivulet of salt water poured from each as he pulled them off.
Old English sealtera watera. As an adjective from 1520s. Salt-water taffy attested by 1886; so called because it originally was sold at seashore resorts, especially Atlantic City, N.J. (see taffy).