British gum definition

  • adjective:
    • a brownish substance, extremely soluble in cold-water, created by warming dried out starch at a temperature of approximately 600° Fahr. It corresponds, with its properties, to dextrin, and is used, in answer, instead for gum in stiffering goods.
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