Definition of Margarins

1. margarin [n] - See also: margarin



Lexicographical Neighbors of Margarins

mareschals
marfan syndrome
marfanoid
marg
margarate
margarates
margaric
margaric acid
margarin
margarine
margarine disease
margarineless
margarinelike
margarines
margariney
margarins (current term)
margarita
margaritaceous
margaritas
margaritasite
margarite
margarites
margaritic
margaritiferous
margaritomancy
margarodite
margarodites
margarone
margarones
margarosanite

Literary usage of Margarins

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1921)
"... of margarins; a discussion of the chemistry of the constituents, and methods of their analysis and that of the finished products; chapters on butter, ..."

2. Creative Chemistry by Edwin Emery Slosson (1919)
"Such vegetable margarins were originally prepared for sale in India, but proved unexpectedly popular in Europe, and are now being introduced into America, ..."

3. Lehrbuch der chemischen Technologie by Hermann Ost (1903)
"Große Mengen dieses margarins, sehr rein und haltbar, bringt Chicago auf den Markt uud versorgt die deutschen Fabriken, Mohr-Bahrenfeld ausschließlich. ..."

4. Commercial Oils, Vegetable and Animal: With Special Reference to Oriental Oils by Irving Fink Laucks (1919)
"... as for margarins, chocolate fats, vegetable butters, etc. Oil containing less than 3 or 4 per cent acid is specially refined to deodorize it, ..."

5. The Price of Milk by Clyde Lyndon King (1920)
"In the beef margarins that contain some beef fat, the fat-soluble A is present, but not so plentifully as in butter fat. Butter is not the only source of ..."

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