adscriptitious

adjective
ad·​scrip·​ti·​tious | \ ¦adz-ˌ¦krip-¦ti-shəs\

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First Known Use of adscriptitious

1769, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for adscriptitious

Medieval Latin adscriptitius, adscripticius (in adscriptitius glebae attached to the soil), from Late Latin adscripticius enrolled, from Latin adscriptus, ascriptus

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