Examples from the Web for plutonian
He jumped to one side to avoid a Plutonian standing directly in his path, and ran into a narrow tunnel.
For a hundred miles to the Snake River this Plutonian gulf obliterates the land—holds it against occupation or travel.The Cup of Trembling and Other Stories|Mary Hallock Foote
Even as Burl stared at the far-off lights of the Plutonian ships, he noticed them swing away, moving off toward the horizon.
That afternoon one of the doctors in residence at the Plutonian visited Arthur and at once advised his removal thither.
But I think I ought not to break my contract at the Plutonian.
British Dictionary definitions for plutonian
Word Origin and History for plutonian
1660s, "pertaining to the god Pluto," from Latin Plutonius, from Greek Ploutonius, from Plouton "pertaining to Pluto" (see Pluto). Geological sense is from 1828 (see plutonic). Planetary sense by 1952.