Definitions for caliginouskəˈlɪdʒ ə nəs

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  1. caliginous(adj)

    dark and misty and gloomy

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  1. caliginous(Adjective)

    Which is influenced by darkness or obscurity.

    The caliginous waters appeared menacing.

  2. Origin: From caligineux, from caliginosus.

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  1. Caliginous(adj)

    affected with darkness or dimness; dark; obscure

  2. Origin: [L. caliginosus; cf. F. caligineux.]

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