[ UK /bɹˈa‍ɪni/ ]
  1. slightly salty (especially from containing a mixture of seawater and fresh water)
    the briny deep
    a brackish lagoon
  1. any very large body of (salt) water
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How To Use briny In A Sentence

  • He stood above a toiling, heaving sea of greenish-black, briny waves slapping a shore far distant.
  • Hanger steak is as good as the one in the Paris outpost, sinewy, briny, and full of brash flavor.
  • The "extremophile" bacteria were found in a briny lake in eastern California in the US. BBC News - Home
  • Marinated Baltic sprats were delicate, their sharp briny taste balanced by an accompanying vinaigrette of potatoes, beetroot, onions, dill pickles, eggs, and mayonnaise.
  • If we were hit all we would do would be take to the "briny" in a life preserver, get a stick and float it out. The War in the Far East
  • But for what one order of Kobe beef costs, you can get six orders of the scrumptiously briny toro tartare with caviar.
  • Caligo had flinched the first time, almost swallowing briny water.
  • Veal medallions were obliterated by a cascade of caramelized but briny leeks.
  • Stacy sighed and two briny tears ran through her cheeks.
  • Now the other issue to consider is waste in the form of the waste salts and briny wastewater.
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