Wax.

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1. A fatty material obtained from the honeycombs of bees or from similar plant, animal, or mineral substances; used for providing an attractive, protective coating, as for wood; waxes may be used by themselves or combined with other ingredients to make certain polishes, paints, varnishes, and paint removers. 2. Ingredient in many lubricating oils which may separate from the oil if cooled enough.

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