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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Resembling a cluster of hops.

Usage examples (7)
  • It is the rule to judge the strength and goodness of hops by the amount of farina -- the so-called lupuline; and as this contains the major portion of the active...
  • On the other hand, we can readily and quickly attain our object, if we employ for our original material fresh lupuline from unsulphured hops.
  • The lupuline is first freed from gross impurities (hop-seed leaves, etc.), and then covered with petroleum ether boiling at a low temperature (40° to 70°) in stoppered...
  • Neither can the lupuline be regarded as the only active beer agent, as both the hop-tannin and the hop-resin serve to precipitate the albuminous matter, and clarify and... for more
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