adjective lu·bric \ˈlü-brik\

Definition of LUBRIC

lu·bri·cal \-bri-kəl\ adjective

Origin of LUBRIC

Middle French lubrique, from Medieval Latin lubricus
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with LUBRIC


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