Definition of Humefied
1. humefy [v] - See also: humefy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Humefied
Literary usage of Humefied
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1. Formation of Coal Beds by John James Stevenson (1913)
"B. Strongly humefied cuspidatum peat, 10 centimeters. C. Sedge peat, 30 centimeters, has much Sphagnum above. D. Alder and birch swamp forest peat, ..."
2. A System of Aeronautics, Comprehending Its Earliest Investigations, and by John Wise (1850)
"... rate of uniform ascent becomes eight feet each second, or about a mile in eleven minutes. 1. The warm humefied air of the balloon, constructed on Mont- ..."