- saccharolactic acid
Origin of saccharine
Examples from the Web for saccharine
This final episode of Extras is the perfect Christmastime escape for those who prefer the bittersweet to the saccharine.
What's new, then, is the pairing of unhappy truths with sweet kisses and saccharine confessions.Young Adult Novel Adaptations Put Mainstream Blockbusters to Shame|Amy Zimmerman|June 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Bachelor had debuted a year earlier, and audiences were ripe for a show that punctured its saccharine fairy-tale storyline.You Really Don't Want to Watch Fox’s ‘I Wanna Marry “Harry”’|Jason Lynch|May 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Instead we get article after article of saccharine from people who really should know better.
His father was executed in 1942 by a German gendarme after attempting to smuggle a packet of saccharine into the Ghetto.The Week in Death: Irving Milchberg, the Teenage Gunrunner of the Warsaw Ghetto|The Telegraph|March 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The peculiar change by which saccharine matter is converted into lactic acid.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
If the berries be over-ripe, then the saccharine prevails, and there is a deficiency of tartaric acid.Gatherings From Spain|Richard Ford
At preserving time people are given extra sugar and saccharine on the grocery card.Germany in War Time|Mary Ethel McAuley
The fermentation is effected with yeast, which, acting on the saccharine matter, disengages carbonic acid gas.Popular Technology, Vol. I (of 2)|Edward Hazen
As is the case with the saccharine juices of other plants, the sugar from sorghum crystallizes best at medium temperature.
1670s, "of or like sugar," from Medieval Latin saccharum "sugar," from Latin saccharon "sugar," from Greek sakkharon, from Pali sakkhara, from Sanskrit sarkara "gravel, grit" (see sugar). Metaphoric sense of "overly sweet" first recorded 1841. For the sugar substitute, see saccharin.