muriatic

[myoor-ee-at-ik]
adjective
(not in scientific use) of or derived from muriatic acid.

Origin:
1665–75; < Latin muriāticus pickled, lying in brine, equivalent to muri(a) brine + -āticus; see -ate1, -ic

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muriatic mu·ri·at·ic (myur'ē-āt'ĭk)
adj.
Relating to brine.

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Example sentences
Hydrochloric acid which you can find in a hardware store as muriatic acid would
  also work.
Flush system completely with water and test to see that traces of muriatic acid
  have been removed.
Diffusers can be cleaned by pouring muriatic acid into the airlines and turning
  on the compressor.
Impure grades of sulfuric acid, often called muriatic acid, are brownish in
  color.
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