furfurol

[ fur-fyer-uhl, -fer- ]
/ ˈfɜr fyər əl, -fər- /

noun

(erroneously) furfural.

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Also fur·fu·role [fur-fyuh-rohl, -fuh-]. /ˈfɜr fyəˌroʊl, -fə-/.

Origin of furfurol

First recorded in 1835–45
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