Definition of Salt plain
1. Noun. A flat expanse of salt left by the evaporation of a body of salt water.
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Literary usage of Salt plain
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1. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1901)
"The Big salt plain proper extends for eight miles or more along the Cimarrón river ... The Little salt plain is located a few miles further up the Cimarrón, ..."
2. Transactions of the Annual Meetings of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science, Kansas Academy of Science Meeting (1901)
"The Big salt plain proper extends for eight miles or more along the Cimarron river ... The Little salt plain is located a few miles further up the Cimarron, ..."
3. Geology of the Non-metallic Mineral Deposits Other Than Silicates by Amadeus William Grabau (1920)
"Beyond the salt plain, Huntington found: "A fantastic red plain, the soft dry bed of an older expansion of the lake [which] glittered with innumerable ..."
4. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1897)
"THE HARPER BEDS AND THK salt plain MEASURES.—As surmised in "The Permian System in Kansas,'' the horizon of the great salt spring at the head of Salt creek, ..."
5. Commerce of the Prairies: During Eight Expeditions Across the Great Western by Josiah Gregg (1844)
"Boone's Exploration—' salt plain' and ' Salt Rock '—Mr. Sibley's Visit—Saline ... salt plain ..."