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infestive

adjective in·fes·tive \ ə̇nˈfestiv \

Definition of infestive

:likely to infest :troublesome
  • infestive weeds

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Origin and Etymology of infestive

infest + -ive


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infestive

adjective in·festive \ (ˈ)in+ \

Definition of infestive

:not festive :mirthless

Origin and Etymology of infestive

1in- + Latin festivus festive


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