Definition of Accroides gum
1. Noun. An alcohol-soluble resin from Australian trees; used in varnishes and in manufacturing paper.
Generic synonyms: Natural Resin
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Literary usage of Accroides gum
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1. Office Organisation and Management Including Secretarial Work by Lawrence Robert Dicksee, Herbert E. Blain (1906)
"... Acacia Wood Account Books accroides gum Acetate of Soda Acetic Acid (crude) ,, (for table use) Ether Acetone Acids :— ,, Acetic (crude) ,, ,, (for table ..."