denaturant

[ dee-ney-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF denaturant
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WORD ORIGIN

1878, in modern sense, from French dénaturer (Old French desnaturer "change the nature of; make unnatural"); see de- + nature. Earlier "to make unnatural" (1680s). Related: Denatured.

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