adjective mad·id \ˈmadə̇d\

Definition of madid

  1. :  wet, moist his large deep blue eye, madid and yet piercing — Benjamin Disraeli

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Origin and Etymology of madid

Latin madidus, from madēre to be wet — more at meat

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to criticize severely

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