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bayberry wax[′bā‚ber·ē ‚waks]
Green, bitter-tasting wax derived from boiling of wax myrtle (Myrica) berries; used for candles, soaps, medicine. Also known as bayberry tallow; laurel wax; myrtle wax.
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