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atrabilious

atrabilious

adjective at·ra·bil·ious \ˌa-trə-ˈbil-yəs\

Definition of ATRABILIOUS

1
:  given to or marked by melancholy :  gloomy
2
at·ra·bil·ious·ness noun

Origin of ATRABILIOUS

Latin atra bilis black bile
First Known Use: 1651

Rhymes with ATRABILIOUS

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