Conversely, an "insoluble" salt compound can only fully dissolve in water in a very dilute molarity. Whether a compound is predicted to be soluble or insoluble depends on its cation and anion species.
Of these three items, ethanol (the first one) is the most soluble in water; it mixes in all proportions with water. It is a polar molecule so it will mix readily with water. The third compound, ethylamine, is liquid at STP but boils at 16.6°C (62°F); both the liquid and gas forms are very soluble in water since it is somewhat polar also.