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Word of the Day 03/05/20 Fictile

Fictile (adjective)
fictile [ fik-tl; British fik-tahyl ]


adjective
1. capable of being molded.
2. made of earth, clay, etc., by a potter.
3. of or relating to pottery.

WORDS RELATED TO FICTILE
elastic, molded, supple, malleable, pliable, lustrous, bending, impressible, waxen, impressionable, ductile, pliant, resilient, workable, moldable, formable, dirt, mud, rock, stone

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Origin: 1620–30; < Latin fictilis earthen (literally, moldable), equivalent to fict(us) shaped (past participle of fingere) + -ilis -ile

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