rubber cement

noun
a viscous, flammable liquid consisting of unvulcanized rubber dispersed in benzene, gasoline, or the like, used chiefly as an adhesive.

Origin:
1890–95

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rubber cement
 
n
any of a number of adhesives made by dissolving rubber in a solvent such as benzene

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Example sentences
If you get those nasty fine spines in your hand, she says, you can remove them
  by painting over the area with rubber cement.
It was not especially good with wool, either, because that fabric's natural oil
  caused the rubber cement to deteriorate.
Typical products include opaque liquid paper correction fluid, rubber cement,
  and rubber cement thinner.
The solution, called rubber cement, is pumped to storage tanks for blending.
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