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su·int  audio  (snt, swnt) KEY 

NOUN:
A natural grease formed from dried perspiration found in the fleece of sheep, used as a source of potash.

ETYMOLOGY:
French, from Old French, from suer, to sweat, from Latin sdre; see sweid- in Indo-European roots


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