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saccharine sugary. XVII. f. medL. saccharum SUGAR + -INE1.
So saccharin (also -ine) sweet substance obtained from coal tar XIX. — G. Hence saccharimeter polariscope for testing sugars. XIX. — F. saccharimètre. saccharometer hydrometer for testing the amount of sugar. XVIII. f. saccharo- comb. form of Gr. sákkharon SUGAR.

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saccharine

sac·cha·rine / ˈsak(ə)rin; -rēn; -rīn/ • adj. excessively sweet or sentimental. • n. another term for saccharin.

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saccharine

saccharine (sak-er-een) n. a sweetening agent. Saccharine is 400 times as sweet as sugar and has no energy content. It is very useful as a sweetener in diabetic and low-calorie foods.

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saccharine

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