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noun raf·fi·nose \ˈraf-ə-ˌnōs, -ˌnōz\

Definition of RAFFINOSE

:  a crystalline sugar C18H32O16 obtained commercially from cottonseed meal and present in sugar beets and many plant products—called also melitose
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