adjective mac·ro·scian \(ˈ)ma¦kräsh(ē)ən\

Definition of macroscian

  1. :  having or casting a long shadow that macroscian day which I had dreaded for so long — Osbert Sitwell

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Origin and Etymology of macroscian

Greek makroskios (from makr- macr- + -skios, from skia shadow) + English -an — more at shine

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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