glassine

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glass +‎ -ine

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glassine (countable and uncountable, plural glassines)

  1. A light paper used as interleaving between artworks or stamp album pages.
  2. Smooth, non-absorbing, grease- and moisture-resistant, super-calendered paper.
  3. (philately, usually used as a plural) A small stamp packet made from glassine paper.

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