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cutin

noun cu·tin \ˈkyü-tən\

Definition of CUTIN

:  an insoluble mixture containing waxes, fatty acids, soaps, and resinous material that forms a continuous layer on the outer epidermal wall of a plant
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Origin of CUTIN

International Scientific Vocabulary, from Latin cutis
First Known Use: circa 1872

Rhymes with CUTIN

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