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noun al·lyl·amine
\ˈal-ə-lə-ˌmēn, ˌal-ə-ˈlam-ˌēn, ə-ˈlil-ə-ˌmēn\

Definition of ALLYLAMINE

:  a pungent strongly basic liquid C3H7N used in the synthesis of some pharmaceuticals (as mercurial diuretics)
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