adjective ex·suc·cous \(ˈ)ek(s)¦səkəs\

Definition of exsuccous

  1. :  devoid of all juices or sap :  having no moisture whatsoever :  dried up a withered exsuccous piece of fruit

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Origin and Etymology of exsuccous

Latin exsuccus, from ex- 1ex- + succus juice — more at succulent

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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