Word:

Ligroin

Lig´ro`in   Pronunciation: lĭg´rô`ĭn
n.1.A trade name applied somewhat indefinitely to some of the volatile products obtained in refining crude petroleum. It is a complex and variable mixture of several hydrocarbons, generally boils below 170° Fahr., and is more inflammable than safe kerosene. It is used as a solvent, as a carburetant for air gas, and for illumination in special lamps.
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Lignify
Lignin
Ligniperdous
Lignireose
Lignite
Lignitic
Lignitic group
Lignitiferous
Lignoceric
Lignone
lignosae
Lignose
lignum
Lignum rhodium
lignum vitae
Lignum-vitae
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Ligsam
Ligula
Ligularia
Ligulate
Ligulate flower
Ligule
Liguliflorous
Ligure
Liguria
Ligurian Sea
Ligustrin
Ligustrum
Ligustrum amurense
Ligustrum ibolium
Ligustrum japonicum
Ligustrum lucidum
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