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adularescent

[ aj-uh-luh-res-uhnt ]
/ ˌædʒ ə ləˈrɛs ənt /
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adjective
(of certain gemstones, especially adularia) having a milky, bluish luster.
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Origin of adularescent

OTHER WORDS FROM adularescent

ad·u·la·res·cence, noun

Words nearby adularescent

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British Dictionary definitions for adularescent

adularescent
/ (əˌdjʊləˈrɛsənt) /

adjective
(of minerals, such as moonstone) having or emitting a milky or bluish iridescence

Derived forms of adularescent

adularescence, noun

Word Origin for adularescent

C19: from adular(ia) + -escent
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