a resinous secondary product resulting from the manufacture of chemical wood pulp: used in the manufacture of soaps, paints, etc.
any of various oily liquid mixtures obtained by acidifying the liquor resulting from the treatment of wood pulp with sodium hydroxide: it contains chiefly rosin acids and fatty acids and is used in making soaps and lubricants
noun, Informal. 1. a beverage, especially an alcoholic drink, in a tall glass. tall
noun 1. the fatty tissue or suet of animals. 2. the harder fat of sheep, cattle, etc., separated by melting from the fibrous and membranous matter naturally mixed with it, and used to make candles, soap, etc. 3. any of various similar fatty substances: vegetable tallow. verb (used with object) 4. to smear with tallow. […]
noun 1. a small tree, Sapium sebiferum, of the spurge family, cultivated in China and the tropics, having popcorn-shaped seeds with a waxy coating that is used for soap, candles, and oil.
adjective 1. resembling tallow in consistency, color, etc.; fatty: a tallowy mass of moistened powder; tallowy skin.