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mucid

[ myoo-sid ]
/ ˈmyu sɪd /
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adjective Archaic.
moldy; musty.
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Origin of mucid

1650–60; <Latin mūcidus musty, moldy, equivalent to mūc- (see mucor) + -idus-id4

OTHER WORDS FROM mucid

mu·cid·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for mucid

mucid
/ (ˈmjuːsɪd) /

adjective
rare mouldy, musty, or slimy

Derived forms of mucid

mucidity or mucidness, noun

Word Origin for mucid

C17: from Latin mūcidus, from mucēre to be mouldy
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