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vicissitudinous

adjective vi·cis·si·tu·di·nous \və-ˌsi-sə-ˈtüd-nəs, (ˌ)vī-, -ˈtyüd-; -ˈtü-də-nəs, -ˈtyü-\

Definition of VICISSITUDINOUS

:  marked by or filled with vicissitudes

Origin of VICISSITUDINOUS

Latin vicissitudin-, vicissitudo
First Known Use: circa 1846

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