mastic, aloes, cotton, and similar products flourish in abundance.
Coffee and mastic are served, and the compliments of the season are exchanged.
A similar composition has been applied to coat over brick walls, under the name of mastic.
This compound prevents the mastic adhering to the sides of the mould, and ensures its being easily detached.
The blacks shown in our woodcut are produced in the original by filling up with mastic the hollows made with the point.
mastic, Japan lacquer, and Martaban varnish are some of their products.
Gold leaf will adhere to leather without the use of mastic, but not so firmly as when it is employed.
When they wish to remove the cup they have only to remove this mastic.
The "mastic" cement formerly described may be employed for this purpose.
The leaf and fruit are like the mastic, but the tree and leaf are larger.
resin obtained from certain trees, late 14c., from Old French mastic (13c.) and directly from Late Latin mastichum, from Latin mastiche, from Greek mastikhe, of uncertain origin, probably related to masasthai "to chew" (see mastication). The substance is used as a chewing gum in the East.