oil obtained from walnuts, hazelnuts, etc, used in paints and varnishes and in cooking
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Example sentences from the Web for nut oil
Pacheco mentions "salad oil" with honey, in a mixture of flour paste for grounds; but this may have been nut-oil.
An oil is expressed from its kernel which is known as nut-oil, and is much used by painters as a drying oil.