lacunose

[ luh-kyoo-nohs ]
/ ləˈkyu noʊs /

adjective

full of or having lacunae.

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Also la·cu·nu·lose [luh-kyoo-nyuh-lohs]. /ləˈkyu nyəˌloʊs/.

Origin of lacunose

First recorded in 1810–20, lacunose is from the Latin word lacūnōsus full of holes or gaps. See lacuna, -ose1

OTHER WORDS FROM lacunose

lac·u·nos·i·ty [lak-yoo-nos-i-tee], /ˌlæk yʊˈnɒs ɪ ti/, nounsub·la·cu·nose, adjective
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