superabsorbent

superabsorbent
superabsorbency, n.
/sooh'peuhr ab sawr"beuhnt, -zawr"-/, adj.
1. extremely or unusually absorbent: superabsorbent fibers.
n.
2. a superabsorbent material.
[SUPER- + ABSORBENT]

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