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caraway oil[′kar·ə‚wā ‚ȯil]
A pale-yellow to colorless liquid that is slightly soluble in water; distilled from the dried fruit of the caraway plant (Carum carvi), the main ingredients being carvone and d-limonene; used in flavors, medicines, soaps, and perfumes. Also known as caraway seed oil; carui oil.
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