- a stain.
Origin of soilure
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Examples from the Web for soilure
Must I dip again into the soilure and abomination of that awful time?Marie Tarnowska
I do not recall any soilure on Gothic garments, save spectral blood-stains and the mold of graves.The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction
The soilure of the earth upon it could not make his splendid little face funny.
In another corner Sylvia spat forth the unclean blood and wiped from her lips the soilure of the kisses.The Early Life and Adventures of Sylvia Scarlett
- the act of soiling or the state of being soiled
- a stain or blot
C13: from Old French soilleure, from soillier to soil ²
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