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green soap

noun
1.
a soap made chiefly from potassium hydroxide and linseed oil, used in treating some skin diseases.
Origin of green soap
1830-1840
First recorded in 1830-40
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green soap

noun
1.
(med) a soft or liquid alkaline soap made from vegetable oils, used in treating certain chronic skin diseases Also called soft soap
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green soap in Medicine

green soap n.
A translucent, yellowish-green soft or liquid soap made chiefly from vegetable oils and used in the treatment of skin disorders.

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