from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Wax paper.
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Among the stores in Veasey's packsack was a waxed paper parcel of lard.
With a finger, Alessandra brushed a measure of spices into the pot from a waxed paper she'd unfolded.
I snicked the safety to fire and wrapped the gun in its waxed paper and burrowed it deep down into the foam peanuts.