tobacco juice

tobacco juice
saliva colored brown by tobacco (snuff or chewing tobacco)
Hypernyms: ↑saliva, ↑spit, ↑spittle

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1. : saliva colored brown by the use of chewing tobacco or snuff
2. : a dark brown oral discharge made by some grasshoppers when handled or disturbed

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