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stillingia oil[stə′lin·jē·ə ‚ȯil]
A combustible, toxic, pale-yellow drying oil with a linseed-oil scent and a mustard taste, derived from tallow tree seeds; used in lubricants, candles, textile dressing, and soap. Also known as tallow-seed oil.
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