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pachydermatous

[ pak-i-dur-muh-tuhs ]
/ ˌpæk ɪˈdɜr mə təs /
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adjective

of, relating to, or characteristic of pachyderms.
thick-skinned; insensitive: a pachydermatous indifference to insults.

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Origin of pachydermatous

1815–25; <New Latin Pachydermat(a) (see pachyderm) + -ous

OTHER WORDS FROM pachydermatous

pach·y·der·ma·tous·ly, adverb
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