immarcescible

adjective im·mar·ces·ci·ble \¦i(m)ˌmär¦sesəbəl\
variants: or

immarcessible

\¦i(m)ˌmär¦sesəbəl\

Definition of immarcescible

immarcescibly

or

immarcessibly

\-blē\ adverb

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Origin and Etymology of immarcescible

Late Latin immarcescibilis, from Latin in- 1in- + Late Latin marcescibilis withering, from Latin marcescere to wither, fade away + -ibilis -ible — more at marcescent


First Known Use: 15th century


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