Definition Of dyestuff

noun

a substance that yields a dye or that can be used as a dye, especially when in solution.

Loosening makes the tanning agents, fats, dyestuffs and other substances, penetrate easily into the hide.

Example Of dyestuff

  • Crimson comes ultimately from the name of a small insect from which a red dyestuff is obtained.

  • Germany had a virtual monopoly of the production of artificial dyestuffs , in which the record of the Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik at Ludwigshafen was outstanding.

  • If the term high-tech had been in use around 1860, it would certainly have applied to the industrial manufacture of synthetic dyestuffs .

  • Loosening makes the tanning agents, fats, dyestuffs and other substances, penetrate easily into the hide.

  • Whereas the alizarin molecules made synthetically were identical to those extracted from madder root, the actual synthetic dyestuff was different from the natural dye.


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