noun lu·bric·i·ty \lü-ˈbri-sə-tē\
plural lu·bric·i·ties

Definition of LUBRICITY

:  the property or state of being lubricious; also :  the capacity for reducing friction

First Known Use of LUBRICITY

15th century


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