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- n. a pale yellow to red-brown fatty oil obtained from seal blubber; used in making soap and dressing leather and as a lubricant
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Every family was tithed a quantity of seal oil for the festive illumination of Fenguard’s exterior, along with a barrow of peat for its fireplaces.