Thesaurus / rosin
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A soap for this purpose should be easily soluble in water and contain no free alkali, rosin or filler.

Soap-Making ManualE. G. Thomssen

Rosin oils are seldom used with lead pigments, on account of the presence of sulphur in the oils, which would result in darkening.

Back, back we went, as fast as rosin and pine knots could force the engine to move us.

Ordinary shellac almost invariably contains some rosin, but good button-lac is free from this substance.

Apply the rosin to the joint, then with the heated iron and some solder tack the seam on the top, then on the bottom and middle.

Well, this old gentleman calls to me across the floor, "Come here, young Rosin!"

Rosin the BeauLaura Elizabeth Howe Richards

Rosin is put into this tube and is easily sprinkled on work when needed.

Rosin size, the most widely used size, is produced from rosin by cooking with soda ash, which produces a soft soap.

From Paper-mill to PressroomWilliam Bond Wheelwright

A violet color, which is not permanent, indicates the presence of rosin in the soap.

Soap-Making ManualE. G. Thomssen

Commercial essence exuded from the very name; it smelled to heaven of tin and rosin.

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