Rosin [noun]

Definition of Rosin:

sticky substance

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Sentence/Example of Rosin:

Then take them out, dry the bottles, rosin down the corks close, and set them in dry saw-dust with their necks downward.

The rosin melts and spreads over the leaf, varnishing it beautifully.

A process of Rosin's, not yet published, is more convenient.

In the pit was a quantity of rosin sufficient to fill a thousand barrels.

First melt the beeswax and rosin, being careful not to have the fire too hot.

And I remember the time you fried the beans with rosin instead of lard.

They contained a few spare strings for his kit, and a piece of rosin for his bow.

Unsaponifiable matter is present in rosin in varying amounts.

Will there not always be rosin enough for the squeaking fiddle-bow?

Break into that rosin on the main deck-pile it in, the boat can pay for it!