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tallowy

or tal·low·like

[ tal-oh-ee ]
/ ˈtæl oʊ i /
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adjective
resembling tallow in consistency, color, etc.; fatty: a tallowy mass of moistened powder; tallowy skin.
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Origin of tallowy

First recorded in 1400–50, tallowy is from the late Middle English word talwy.See tallow, -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM tallowy

tal·low·i·ness, noun
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