salt water

noun
1.
water containing a large amount of salt.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English; Old English

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Soaking in salt water first before roasting is pretty common, and it's how you
  get salted peanuts in the shell.
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Strain, and pour over cabbage drained from salt water.
But late and at length he came up, and spat forth from his mouth the bitter
  salt water, which ran down in streams from his head.
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