Origin of fuliginous
OTHER WORDS FROM fuliginousfu·lig·i·nous·ly, adverbfu·lig·i·nous·ness, noun
Words nearby fuliginous
How to use fuliginous in a sentence
On the other hand, several varieties of Negroes properly so-called wear but a fuliginous or reddish-brown tint.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
Mount Franklin, distant about six miles, now appeared like a gigantic torch, around the summit of which turned fuliginous flames.
Above the forest were passing large clouds, to which the crater of Mount Franklin incessantly added fuliginous matter.
Now everyone of these do black bodies objected unto them, and are to be conceived in the sooty and fuliginous matter expressed.The Works of Sir Thomas Browne (Volume 2 of 3)|Thomas Browne
To that dingy fuliginous Operative, emerging from his soot-mill, what is the first duty I will prescribe, and offer help towards?Past and Present|Thomas Carlyle