bleaching clay

bleaching clay
noun
an adsorbent clay that will remove coloring from oils
Syn: ↑bleaching earth
Hypernyms: ↑mud, ↑clay

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noun or bleaching earth
: an adsorbent clay or earth (as activated clay) used for removing the coloring matter from liquids (as oils)

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