bentonite /ˈbɛntənʌɪt/

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I. noun [ mass noun]

1. a kind of absorbent clay formed by breakdown of volcanic ash, used especially as a filler.
– origin late 19th cent.: from the name of Fort Benton in Montana, US, where it is found, + -ite1.

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