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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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saccharinsac‧cha‧rin /ˈsækərɪn/ noun [uncountable]  DFa chemical substance that tastes sweet and is used instead of sugar in drinks
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saccharinLouis factory opened up to make saccharin, and was successful; eventually, it became the giant Monsanto Chemical Corporation.Canderel is made with NutraSweet so, unlike some saccharin sweeteners, it doesn't have a bitter aftertaste.The vinegar had over-shadowed the saccharin.When tested after 21 days, however, the latent inhibition effect produced by pre-exposure to saccharin has disappeared.Figure 4.3 includes the test results for a pair of groups given pre-exposure to saccharin before being conditioned and tested with milk.He could only regard her existential pain as a cup of instant coffee to be sweetened with saccharin.
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