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sales talk, n. approach, Inf. spiel, Sl. pitch, fast talk, hard sell, Sl. line, Inf. song and dance, Sl. bill of goods.

salience, n. 1. prominence, conspicuousness, no-ticeability; egregiousness, flagrancy, blatancy; singularity, peculiarity, uniqueness; discernibility, obviousness, patency; importance, significance, memorability, unforgettability, eminence, superiority.
2. projection, protuberance, protuberancy, prominence, intumescence, tumescence, swelling, extension: bow, curve, bulge, excurvature, convexity, convexed-ness; knob, bump, hump.

salient, adj. prominent, conspicuous, standing out, outstanding; noticeable, showing, striking, pronounced, well-marked, marked, remarkable; glaring, telling, egregious, flagrant, arrant; singular, peculiar, unique, special, particular; distinguishable, unmistakable, identifiable, recognizable, landmark; discernible, manifest, apparent, evident, obvious, patent, self-evident; principal, chief, important, significant, main, paramount; superior, primary, prime, first; memorable, unforgettable, considerable, imposing, eminent; extraordinary, exceptional, noteworthy.
2. projecting, protruding, protuberant, protrusive, jutting; extrusive, excrescent, tumescent; bold, raised, embossed, chased, superimposed, in high relief, in bold
or strong relief; bulging, swelling, bowed, arched, bellied, convex.

saline, adj. salty, salt, salt-tasting. See - salty {def. 1).

saliva, n. spittle, spit, sputum, slaver, slobber, water, froth, drool, salivation.

sallow, adj. pale, wan, pallid, Obs. blate, palefaced; anemic, sickly-looking, waxen, pasty, pasty-faced, ashen, ashy, livid; whey-faced, tallow-faced, yellowish, jaundiced-looking, unhealthy-looking, unwhole-some-looking; peaked, colorless, drained.

sally, n. 1. sortif, foray, charge, thrust, offensive, drive; raid, attack, assault, onset, onslaught; rush, dash, going forward, onrush, outrush, outflow, efflux, effluence, outpour, outpouring.
2. excursion, expedition, trip, tour, visit, voyage, sail, cruise, junket; outing, airing, jaunt, stroll, ramble, walk, hike, trek, tramp, peregrination, pilgrimage.
3. flight, flash, outburst, outbreak, eruption, flare-up, blowup, explosion; flow, gush, torrent, jet, stream, spurt, spout, burst, discharge.
4. smart remark,
Inf. wisecrack, Inf. crack, witticism, joke, jest, quip, mot, bon mot; retort, reply, rejoinder, return, repartee, Inf backchat, comeback, snappy comeback, barb, zinger.
-v. 5. sortie, raid, foray, charge, attack, assault, assail, storm; rush, surge
or come or sweep forward, thrust or drive or push forward, take the offensive; fall upon, set upon, pounce upon, strike at, march upon, swoop down on, descend upon or on.
6. set out, start off, start out, embark, venture forth; put off, push off, shove off, get underway, set sail, Naut. make sail; depart, leave, take leave, go, run or move along, be off, be gone, make one's exit, Sl. split, Sl. cut out, take off, Sl. blow this joint or pop stand.
7.
(all of things) issue forth, emanate, proceed, come forth, come out; flow out, pour out, stream out, gush, jet, spurt, spout; break out, erupt, explode, burst out or forth.

salmagundi, n. 1. salad, mixed dish, Italian Cookery. antipasto; stew, hash, goulash, Fr. Cookery. ragout, Fr. ratatouille, {in China, India, etc.) chow-chow.
2. mixture, blend, intermixture, admixture, compound, composite; conglomeration, Chinese menu, miscellany, miscellanea, omnium-gatherum, menagerie, motley; mdlange, medley, olio, potpourri, olla-podrida, combination,
Inf. combo; pastiche, pasticcio, mosaic, collage, patchwork; mishmash, hodgepodge, Brit, hotchpotch, gallimaufry, farrago, jumble, scramble, tangle.

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