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oil·pa·per

 (oil′pā′pər)
n.
Paper that is soaked in oil to make it transparent and water-resistant.
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oilpaper

(ˈɔɪlpeɪpə)
n
paper soaked in oil to make it translucent and waterproof
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Noun1.oilpaper - paper that has been made translucent and waterproof by soaking in oil
paper - a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
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