incruent

adjective
variants: less commonly

incruental

or

incruentous

Definition of incruent

obsolete

  1. :  unbloody

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Origin and Etymology of incruent

incruent, incruentous, from Latin incruentus, from in- 1in- + cruentus bloody; incruental from Latin incruentus + English -al


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