Lemon-grass oil

[lem-uh n-gras, -grahs] /ˈlɛm ənˌgræs, -ˌgrɑs/

a yellowish to brownish oil distilled from the leaves of certain lemon grasses, especially Cymbopogon citratus, used chiefly in perfumery.


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