adjective mu·ced·i·nous \(¦)myü¦sedənəs\
variants: or



Definition of mucedinous

  1. :  having the nature of or resembling mold or mildew

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Origin and Etymology of mucedinous

mucedinous from Latin mucedin-, mucedo + English -ous; mucedineous probably from New Latin Mucedineae + English -ous

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capable of being understood in two ways

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