adjective foun·der·ous \ˈfau̇nd(ə)rəs\
variants: or



Definition of founderous

  1. :  likely to cause one to founder :  miry, swampy if a way becomes founderous the public may have a right to deviate — F. D. Smith & Barbara Wilcox

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