[ saf-rohl ]
/ ˈsæf roʊl /
a colorless or faintly yellow liquid, C10H10O2, obtained from sassafras oil or the like: used chiefly in perfumery, for flavoring, and in the manufacture of soaps.
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Also saf·rol [saf-rawl, -rohl]. /ˈsæf rɔl, -roʊl/.
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British Dictionary definitions for safrole
/ (ˈsæfrəʊl) /
a colourless or yellowish oily water-insoluble liquid present in sassafras and camphor oils and used in soaps and perfumes. Formula: C 10 H 10 O 2
Word Origin for safrole
C19: from (sas) safr (as) + -ole 1
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