Examples from the Web for saccharin
Mix the aristochin with the alcoholic solution of saccharin (in a hot mortar if in a hurry) and permit the alcohol to evaporate.
Mix the saccharin with the tincture of vanilla, add the strophanthin, and permit the alcohol to evaporate.
Mix the heroine hydrochloride with the saccharin and the tincture of vanilla, and allow alcohol to evaporate.
Laxol, as our readers know, is castor oil sweetened with saccharin and flavored with peppermint.
Beat egg yolk until light, add cream and saccharin; stir this into almond meal.Dietetics for Nurses|Fairfax T. Proudfit
British Dictionary definitions for saccharin
Word Origin for saccharin
Word Origin and History for saccharin
white crystalline compound used as a sugar substitute, 1885, from German, coined 1879 by Russian-born chemist Constantin Fahlberg (1850-1910), who discovered it by accident, from Latin saccharon (see saccharine). Marketed from 1887 as saccharine.