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cumbrous

adjective cum·brous \ˈkəm-b(ə-)rəs\

Definition of CUMBROUS

cum·brous·ly adverb
cum·brous·ness noun

Examples of CUMBROUS

  1. <it took two people to haul the cumbrous machine into the garage>

First Known Use of CUMBROUS

15th century

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