Oleophilic

A quality of certain papers, components of paper, or the image areas of lithographic printing plates that causes them to have an affinity for oils and oil-based inks. Oleophilic substances are likely to repel water. Oleophilic substances are also called lipophilic and are considered hydrophobic. (See also Oleophobic.)

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