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fish–liver oil

noun fish–liv·er oil \ˈfish-ˌliv-ər-\

Definition of FISH-LIVER OIL

:  a fatty oil from the livers of various fishes (as cod, halibut, or sharks) used chiefly as a source of vitamin A and formerly also of vitamin D—compare cod-liver oil
March 31, 2015
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