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soilure

[soil-yer] /ˈsɔɪl yər/
noun
1.
a stain.
Origin of soilure
1250-1300
1250-1300; Middle English soylure < Old French soilleure, equivalent to soill(ier) (see soil2) + -eure (< Latin -ātūra; see -ate1, -ure)
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soilure

/ˈsɔɪljə/
noun (archaic)
1.
the act of soiling or the state of being soiled
2.
a stain or blot
Word Origin
C13: from Old French soilleure, from soillier to soil²
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