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margarine
NOUN: 1 : a food product made usually from vegetable oils churned with ripened skim milk to a smooth emulsion and used like butter
ADJECTIVE:  
ETYMOLOGY:  
French, ultimately from Greek margaron pearl, probably back-formation from margaritēs
First Known Use: 1836
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Hippolyte Mège-Mouriès, inventor of Margarine.
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