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terraqueous

[ ter-ey-kwee-uhs, -ak-wee- ]
/ tɛrˈeɪ kwi əs, -ˈæk wi- /
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adjective
consisting of land and water, as the earth.
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Origin of terraqueous

First recorded in 1650–60; terr(a) + aqueous

OTHER WORDS FROM terraqueous

sub·ter·ra·que·ous, adjective
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