Definition of bath salts in English:

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bath salts

Pronunciation: /ˈbaTH ˌsôlts/

plural noun

1A crystalline substance that is dissolved in bath water to soften or perfume the water: a jar of vanilla-scented bath salts
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  • When you add a cabinet to a wall, use open shelves to showcase decorative items like perfume or bath salt bottles, and enclosed shelves and drawers to hide workaday items.
  • As the murky water swirls with bath salt down the shower drain, I feel the worries and tension of my day disappear.
  • Devon made me a fabulous smelling bath salt mix with lavender & lemon and it's fantastic.
2 informal A kind of synthetic drug with mood-altering and stimulant properties, typically in the form of crystals and containing MDPV or mephedrone: he was allegedly high on bath salts
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  • In most states you can buy these bath salts legally in little jars or packets, but now Alabama is joining states that have recently banned those drugs.
  • Police say the suspect may have been under the influence of bath salts.
  • Several experts are speculating that what drove this man to acting in such a way could have been drugs such as bath salts or LSD.
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