adjective mu·ced·i·na·ceous \(¦)myü¦sedən¦āshəs\

Definition of mucedinaceous

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Origin and Etymology of mucedinaceous

New Latin Mucedinaceae, family of mold fungi in some classifications (from Latin mucedin-, mucedo nasal mucus—from mucus —+ New Latin -aceae) + English -ous

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to cast off or become cast off

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