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tannic

adjective tan·nic \ˈta-nik\

Definition of TANNIC

1
:  of, resembling, or derived from tan or a tannin
2
of wine :  containing an abundance of tannins :  markedly astringent

Origin of TANNIC

French tannique, from tannin
First Known Use: 1836

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