noun Biochemistry, Chemistry.
Origin of dextrin
Examples from the Web for dextrine
Historical Examples of dextrine
They are often still further cheapened by being adulterated with salt, dextrine and the like.Philippine Mats
Hugo H. Miller
Our ex-grocer knew all about Hambletonian Ten and Dexter; but dextrine, dextrose and glucose were out of his class.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 12
Dextrine is used in calico printing for thickening colours; for the preparation of gums, and for stiffening cloth.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
Nitre stars may be damped with gum water, dextrine solution, or thin starch.
Dextrine, wetted to the consistency of honey, may be used instead of thick gum-arabic water, for pasting.