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Things tar often describes (“tar ________”)
water, products, dyes, pitch, creosote, colors, oil, baby, derivatives, barrels, barrel, colours, industry, oils, paper, cigarettes, product, naphtha, dye, bucket, derivative, brush, color, pitches, preparations, acids, pot, chemicals, distillates, distillation, disinfectants, macadam, compounds, distillate, antipyretics, hydrocarbons, pamlico, creosotes, soap, cigarette, heel, feathering, analgesics, series, brands, stills, preparation, making, coatings, works, kettle, solvents, sands, crudes, intermediates, dyestuffs, fractions, enamel, drugs, box, disinfectant, paint, pit, benzene, pits, epoxy, ointment, epoxies, coating, pavements, origin, distillers, feathers, mixture, pots, dips, resins, heels, varnish, chemistry, colour, cement, roofing, wood, bases, weed, pigments, paints, creasote, naphthas, kiln, featherings, buckets

How tar often is described (“________ tar”)
coal, hot, crude, old, black, low, gas, british, wood, refined, more, liquid, jolly, pine, honest, less, oven, thick, much, sticky, common, fresh, temperature, heavy, primary, soft, ordinary, warm, brown, english, acid, gallant, cold, pure, wet, dry, residual, light, git, pelagic, raw, viscous, hardy, lowest, dehydrated, prepared, soluble, rough, thin, minimal, topical, swedish, enough, boiled, worthy, beaten, anhydrous, ply, genuine, melted, heated, jack, brave, suffix, gee, excess


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See tar used in context: 100+ rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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