Lord of all
"I want to have turpentine's babies"
A thin volatile essential oil, C10H16, obtained by steam distillation or other means from the wood or exudate of certain pine trees and used as a paint thinner, solvent, and medicinally as a liniment.
The sticky mixture of resin and volatile oil from which turpentine is distilled.
A brownish-yellow resinous liquid obtained from the terebinth.
oil of turpentine, spirit of turpentine
Adj. 1) The state of being superior to items of a similar nature.
Noun. 1) An item of particularly superior quality which enable it to dominate over other items of a similar but inferior nature.
Adj. 1) It was turpentine when I busted that 180 kickflip the other day.
Noun. 1) The taco is the straight turpentine my home skizzle.