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Word of the Day 09/01/18 Calescent

Calescent (adjective)
calescent [kuh-les-uh nt]


adjective
1. growing warm; increasing in heat.


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Origin: 1795–1805; < Latin calēscent- (stem of calēscēns becoming warm, present participle of calēscere), equivalent to cal- (stem of calēre to be warm) + -ēscent- -escent

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