lutulent

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin lutulentus (dirty, impure), from lutum (mud, dirt).

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lutulent (comparative more lutulent, superlative most lutulent)

  1. Pertaining to mud, muddy.
    • 1922, James Joyce, Ulysses:
      For who is there who anything of some significance has apprehended but is conscious that that exterior splendour may be the surface of a downwardtending lutulent reality

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