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Word of the Day 01/21/18 Flocculent

Flocculent (adjective)
flocculent [flok-yuh-luh nt]


adjective
1. like a clump or tuft of wool.
2. covered with a soft, woolly substance.
3. consisting of or containing loose woolly masses.
4. flocky.
5. Chemistry. consisting of flocs and floccules.

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Origin: First recorded in 1790-1800; flocc(us) + -ulent

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