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Indiarubber

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A substance made from the sap of various tropical plants, and used for erasing pencil marks, and many other purposes. Pronounce Indiʹrubber.

“He was a man with an indiarubber coat on, Indiarubber shoes, an indiarubber cap, and in his pocket an indiarubber purse, and not a cent in it.”—Cyclopœdia of American Biography (Charles Goodyear), vol. ii. p. 684.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Index (The)
India Ink or Chinese ink
India Paper
India Proof
Indian Arrowroot
Indian Drug (The)
Indian File (In)
Indian Red
Indian Summer (The)
Indians
Indiarubber
Individualists
Indoors
Induction (Latin, the act of leading in)
Indulgence
Inertia
Inexorable Logic of Facts (The)
Infallibility (of the Church of Rome)
Infamous
Infant
Infant of Lubeck