succedaneum

noun
suc·ce·da·ne·um | \ˌsək-sə-ˈdā-nē-əm \
plural succedaneums or succedanea\ˌsək-sə-ˈdā-nē-ə \

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succedaneous \ˌsək-sə-ˈdā-nē-əs \ adjective

First Known Use of succedaneum

1641, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for succedaneum

New Latin, from Latin, neuter of succedaneus substituted, from succedere to follow after

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