Origin of fuliginous
Related formsfu·lig·i·nous·ly, adverbfu·lig·i·nous·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for fuliginous
It was vulgarly called witch-riding, and considered as arising from the weight of fuliginous spirits incumbent on the breast.Curiosities of Medical Experience|J. G. (John Gideon) Millingen
The cuticle is smoky olive to fuliginous, darker when young, becoming paler as the pileus expands, but always darker on the umbo.
It hath two valves only that the fuliginous vapours might the more readily be discharged.William Harvey|D'Arcy Powers
The colors vary from smoky to fuliginous, olive and yellow, and the spores are ferruginous.
His soul, like a sword-blade too long in the scabbard, was beginning to get fuliginous by inactivity.Phelim O'toole's Courtship and Other Stories|William Carleton