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a suffix occurring in adjectives borrowed from Latin, with the meaning “having in quantity, full of” that specified by the initial element: corpulent; fraudulent; opulent; purulent.

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Origin of -ulent

From the Latin suffix -ulentus
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British Dictionary definitions for -ulent

-ulent

suffix forming adjectives

abundant or full offraudulent

Word Origin for -ulent

from Latin -ulentus
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