Exitious
Exitial Ex*i"tial, Exitious Ex*i"tious, a. [L. exitialis, exitious, fr. exitium a going out, a going to naught, i. e., ruin, fr.exire to go out: cf. F. exitial.] Destructive; fatal. [Obs.] ``Exitial fevers.'' --Harvey. [1913 Webster]

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  • exitious — adjective Etymology: Latin exitiosus, from exitium + osus ose obsolete : destructive, fatal …   Useful english dictionary

  • Exitial — Ex*i tial, Exitious Ex*i tious, a. [L. exitialis, exitious, fr. exitium a going out, a going to naught, i. e., ruin, fr.exire to go out: cf. F. exitial.] Destructive; fatal. [Obs.] Exitial fevers. Harvey. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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