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A volatile oleaginous substance obtained by distillation from draco-cephalum Moldavicum.
Because friction generates caloric, which volatises the oleaginous particles of the stearine matter.
In this caldron a seething sea of oleaginous liquid conceals an infinite variety of animal and vegetable substances.
IN THE DAYS OF MY YOUTHAMELIA ANN BLANDFORD EDWARDS
First, half a pound of pudding, minus anything oleaginous, and a basin of water was administered to each.
IN EASTERN SEASJ. J. SMITH
It is believed that a deficiency of oleaginous matter is a predisposing cause of tuberculous disease.
Nicotine (C10H14N2) is an oleaginous liquid heavier than water, colorless, changing to dark yellow on contact with the air.
To influential parents he is servile and oleaginous, and he treats his staff with fatuous pomposity.
Oleaginous: Transparent and yellow; olive to linseed-oil coloured.

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