noun lu·ti·dine \ˈlütəˌdēn, -də̇n\

Definition of lutidine



  1. :  any of the dimethyl derivatives C5H3(CH3)2N of pyridine that are usually associated with pyridine and the picolines in the bases of coal tar and that are found also in gas liquor

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Origin and Etymology of lutidine

approximate anagram of toluidine

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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