French spirits of turpentine is mainly composed of terebenthene.
A little spirit of turpentine, or linseed oil, mixed with lime water, if kept constantly to the part will remove the pain.
When the varnish is removed with spirits of turpentine, the engraving is seen in sunken lines on the plate.
Pete: Here I am, bound to blaze, as the spirits of turpentine said, when he was all a fire.
Sometimes a lamp is used filled with a solution of spirits of turpentine in strong alcohol.
Judge: We don't want to know what the oyster said or the turpentine either.
turpentine of Canada, called Canada balsam, is extracted from the Pinus canadensis and balsamea.
Understand the mixing of oils; turpentine, etc., to the proper consistency.
White glass may be rendered translucent by a coat of white zinc and turpentine.
The hot water will heat the turpentine, and the turpentine will melt the paraffin.
early 14c., terbentyn, from Old French terebinte, from Latin terebintha resina "resin of the terebinth tree," from Greek rhetine terebinthe, from fem. of terebinthos, earlier terminthos "terebinth tree," probably from a non-Indo-European language. By 16c. applied generally to resins from fir trees.