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  • n. The sweetener dulcin.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A trade-name for paraphenetol-carbamide, a colorless substance, crystallizing in shining needles, of intensely sweet taste, estimated as 200 times that of cane-sugar, without nutritive value, but used as a sweetening material to disguise the disagreeable taste of medicines. Also known as dulcin or valzin.


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