Corn-oil



noun
1.
a pale-yellow, water-insoluble liquid oil obtained by expressing the germs of corn kernels, used in the preparation of foodstuffs, lubricants, soaps, and hair dressings.
noun
1.
an oil prepared from maize, used in cooking and in making soaps, lubricants, etc

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