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cavernulous

Line breaks: ca|vernu|lous
Pronunciation: /kəˈvəːnjʊləs/

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Definition of cavernulous in English:

adjective

rare
(Of rock or other material) full of minute cavities; porous.

Origin

mid 18th century: from Latin cavernula, diminutive of caverna 'cavern' + -ous.

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