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fulvous

adjective ful·vous \ˈfl-vəs, ˈfəl-\

Definition of FULVOUS

:  of a dull brownish yellow :  tawny

Origin of FULVOUS

Latin fulvus; perhaps akin to Latin flavus yellow — more at blue
First Known Use: 1664

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