See astringency.

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  • astringent — I. adjective Etymology: probably from Middle French, from Latin astringent , astringens, present participle of astringere to bind fast, from ad + stringere to bind tight more at strain Date: 1541 1. causing contraction of soft organic tissues ;… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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