Definition of Salt-cured

1. Adjective. (used especially of meats) preserved in salt.

Exact synonyms: Brine-cured, Salted
Similar to: Preserved



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salt-cured

salsero
salseros
salses
salsifies
salsify
salsilla
salsillas
salso-acid
salsoda
salsola
salsolidine
salsoline alkaloids
salsuginous
salt
salt-and-pepper
salt-cured (current term)
salt-depletion crisis
salt-effect distillation
salt-free diet
salt-green
salt-losing defect
salt-losing nephritis
salt-losing syndrome
salt-rising bread
salt action
salt and pepper
salt away
salt bridge
salt cedar
salt cedars

Literary usage of Salt-cured

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1898)
"... and the lakes and rivers of Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, and Alaska; and in the handling of fresh, salt, cured, and canned fish in and between ..."

2. Trilogy of Shennan: Hagre and the Barbarian Wars by Richard Allen Saare (2007)
"It is usually soaked in sweet syrup or salt cured. It remains eatable for months with ... The salt cured meat can be refreshed in fresh water or boiled in ..."

3. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1891)
"In order to obtain a good article of salt, cured herring it is necessary that the herring is liberated from its food, and put in salt as soon as possible ..."

4. Nostrums and Quackery: Articles on the Nostrum Evil and Quackery, Reprinted by American Medical Association (1912)
"The fifth question reads as follows: "Do yon believe If the above-mentioned articles (salt-cured fish. bam. dried beef, etc.) were mildly cured with 1 per ..."

5. Nostrums and Quackery: Articles on the Nostrum Evil and Quackery Reprinted by American Medical Association, Arthur Joseph Cramp (1912)
"... question reads as follows: "Do you believe If the above-mentioned articles (salt-cured fish, ham. dried beef, etc.) were mildly cured with 1 per cent, ..."

6. Ireland: Industrial and Agricultural by William P. Coyne (1902)
"They are not pumped or injected with pickle, the hams in particular never being treated in this way, being entirely what is termed dry salt cured. ..."

7. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1898)
"... and the lakes and rivers of Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, and Alaska; and in the handling of fresh, salt, cured, and canned fish in and between ..."

8. Trilogy of Shennan: Hagre and the Barbarian Wars by Richard Allen Saare (2007)
"It is usually soaked in sweet syrup or salt cured. It remains eatable for months with ... The salt cured meat can be refreshed in fresh water or boiled in ..."

9. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1891)
"In order to obtain a good article of salt, cured herring it is necessary that the herring is liberated from its food, and put in salt as soon as possible ..."

10. Nostrums and Quackery: Articles on the Nostrum Evil and Quackery, Reprinted by American Medical Association (1912)
"The fifth question reads as follows: "Do yon believe If the above-mentioned articles (salt-cured fish. bam. dried beef, etc.) were mildly cured with 1 per ..."

11. Nostrums and Quackery: Articles on the Nostrum Evil and Quackery Reprinted by American Medical Association, Arthur Joseph Cramp (1912)
"... question reads as follows: "Do you believe If the above-mentioned articles (salt-cured fish, ham. dried beef, etc.) were mildly cured with 1 per cent, ..."

12. Ireland: Industrial and Agricultural by William P. Coyne (1902)
"They are not pumped or injected with pickle, the hams in particular never being treated in this way, being entirely what is termed dry salt cured. ..."

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