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  • adj. Having been subjected to a superfatting treatment.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Containing more fat than can combine with the amount of alkali present: noting certain soaps used for medicinal purposes.

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  • adj. (of soap) containing extra unsaponified fat


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super- +‎ fatted


  • Stick to unscented, superfatted soaps made from natural ingredients including cocoa butter, aloe, jojoba oil, and wheat-germ oil.

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • It is lovely stuff: usually superfatted, it is soft and lathers like a dream.

    Bad chemistry in Ellesiouville, U.S.A.

  • You think Martin Amis is tedious, and you managed this superfatted slab of self-regard?

    Susanna Clarke: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

  • Recent researches have shown, however, that even if a superfatted soap-base is beneficial for the preparation of toilet soaps (a point which is open to doubt), it is quite inadmissible for the manufacture of germicidal and disinfectant soaps, the bactericidal efficiency of which is much restricted by the presence of free fat.

    The Handbook of Soap Manufacture

  • You superfatted millionaire kids are all the same.

    The Little Nugget

  • I finally decided to try my hand at making some really superfatted soaps with healing ingredients like chammomile, oatmeal, vitamin E, lanolin, shea butter and cocoa butter.

    Mother Earth News Latest 10 Articles

  • Unkind to the nonprehensile superfatted cyanogenic arch with uninfected sex embassy, toxostoma liguria, xxx brutality, twiglike tinselly tammuz and unshadowed legging, fancy phosphor.

    Rational Review

  • Theoretically, he considered a soap-stock made entirely from beef tallow the most suitable for the purpose, but in practice found that the best results were obtained by using a superfatted soap made from a blend of one part of olive oil with eight parts of beef tallow, saponified with a mixture of two parts of soda to one part of potash, sufficient fat being employed to leave an excess of 3 or 4 per cent. unsaponified.

    The Handbook of Soap Manufacture

  • Primrose several varieties of scented and superfatted, a "special nurseries used in the household of the Duke of Kent and for the old

    Tono Bungay

  • 1-Eat On tiny portions, including items with protein, superfatted, and fiber in to each one meal.



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