Definition of Madia oil
1. Noun. Used as a substitute for olive oil.
Substance meronyms: Chile Tarweed, Madia Oil Plant, Madia Sativa, Melosa
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Literary usage of Madia oil
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1. Chemical Technology, Or, Chemistry in Its Applications to Arts and Manufactures by Charles Edward Groves, William Thorp, Friedrich Ludwig Knapp, Thomas Richardson, Edmund Ronalds, Henry Watts, William Joseph Dibdin (1895)
"... density than olive oil, the sp. gr. being about 0.920 madia oil.—The plant from which this oil is obtained (Madia sativa) is indigenous to Chili, ..."
2. Chemical Technology and Analysis of Oils, Fats, and Waxes by Julius Lewkowitsch (1904)
".madia oil is obtained from the seeds of the Chilian plant Madia , which ... madia oil occupies an intermediate place between drying and semi-drying oils. ..."
3. Chemical Technology: Or, Chemistry, Applied to the Arts and to Manufactures by Friedrich Ludwig Knapp, Walter Rogers Johnson (1848)
"0 9176 For the oil from : Madia-oil . . .0.9170 Bees-wax . . . 0.9600 Brazilian wax . ... + 2.5° " Madia-oil not even at 25° " Bees-wax . ..."
4. Chemical Technology: Or, Chemistry, Applied to the Arts and to Manufactures by Walter Rogers Johnson, Friedrich Ludwig Knapp (1848)
"madia oil.—The plant from which this oil is obtained, Madia sativa, belonging to the ... that sweet salad oil, for which purpose madia oil may be used, ..."