Definition of Lubricous

1. a. Lubric.



Definition of Lubricous

1. Adjective. (mycology biology) slimy to the touch. ¹

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Definition of Lubricous

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lubricous

lubricating oil
lubricating substance
lubricating system
lubrication payment
lubrications
lubricative
lubricator
lubricators
lubricin
lubricins
lubricious
lubriciously
lubricities
lubricity
lubricous (current term)
lubritorium
lubritoriums
lucanthone
lucanthone hydrochloride
lucarne
lucarnes
lucatumumab
luce
lucence
lucences
lucencies
lucency
lucensomycin
lucent

Literary usage of Lubricous

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1. Dizionario delle lingue italiana ed ingleseby Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti by Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti (1807)
"Lubrico, lubricous, vain, deceitful, uncertain, fallacious.——Lúbrico, given, inclined or addicted to evi! things.—Lúbrico, loose in the belly. ..."

2. Fresh-water Algae of the United States: (exclusive of the Diatomaceae by Francis Wolle (1887)
"Forming often large, lubricous masses in ponds or pools, pale yellow green, or light greenish yellow. Not rare. Syn. ..."

3. An Introduction to Entomology: Or Elements of the Natural History of Insects by William Kirby, William Spence (1826)
"... cavity) of the cheek, in which, being perfectly smooth and lubricous, it moves readily, but without synovia, like a rotula in its aceta- ..."

4. An Arrangement of British Plants: According to the Latest Improvements of by William Withering (1830)
"It is a large plant; the lower part of the main stem consists of a lubricous skin, which in the secondary branches becomes gradually finer till those ..."

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