adust


adust

adjective \ə-ˈdəst\

Definition of ADUST

2
archaic :  of a sunburned appearance
3
archaic :  of a gloomy appearance or disposition

Origin of ADUST

Middle English, from Latin adustus, past participle of adurere to set fire to, from ad- + urere to burn — more at ember
First Known Use: 15th century

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