Subfusk Sub*fusk", a. Subfuscous. [Obs.] --Tatler. [1913 Webster]

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  • subfusc — /ˈsʌbfʌsk/ (say subfusk) adjective 1. of sombre hue; dusky; somewhat dark. –noun 2. clothes of a dark or drab colour. {Latin subfuscus, equivalent to sub sub + fuscus dark} …   Australian English dictionary

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