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rubify

[ roo-buh-fahy ]
/ ˈru bəˌfaɪ /
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verb (used with object), ru·bi·fied, ru·bi·fy·ing.

to make red; redden: a distant fire that rubified the sky.

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Origin of rubify

1350–1400; Middle English rubifien<Old French rubifier ≪ Latin rubefacere;see rubefacient, -ify

OTHER WORDS FROM rubify

un·ru·bi·fied, adjective
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