Monticulous
Monticulous Mon*tic"u*lous, a. Monticulate. [1913 Webster]

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  • monticulous — mon·tic·u·lous …   English syllables

  • monticulous — ləs adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin monticulosus, from Late Latin monticulus + Latin osus ous : monticulate …   Useful english dictionary

  • monticule — monticulate /mon tik yeuh lit/, monticulous, adj. /mon ti kyoohl /, n. 1. a subordinate volcanic cone. 2. a small mountain, hill, or mound. [1790 1800; < LL monticulus, equiv. to L monti (s. of mons) MOUNT2 + culus CULE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • monticle —   n. hillock.    ♦ monticulate,    ♦ monticulous, a. hillocky …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • monticule —   n. hillock.    ♦ monticulate,    ♦ monticulous, a. hillocky …   Dictionary of difficult words

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