- Also Plu·ton·ic [ploo-ton-ik] /pluˈtɒn ɪk/. of, relating to, or resembling Pluto or the lower world; infernal.
Origin of Plutonian
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Examples from the Web for plutonian
Had it been a train only to Nice, or to the Plutonian realms, he would have taken it.A Great Man
But I think I ought not to break my contract at the Plutonian.The Early Life and Adventures of Sylvia Scarlett
Goon-Face is scowling again with the icy fury of a Plutonian monsoon.The Holes and John Smith
Edward W. Ludwig
An ice bear as big as ten of the largest that ever lived in the Plutonian ice flows.The Beasts in the Void
Paul W. Fairman
His back was to the Plutonian, his face to the crescent of chiefs.
- of or relating to Pluto (the god) or the underworld; infernal
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Word Origin and History for plutonian
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