Adust

• (a.) Inflamed or scorched; fiery. • (a.) Looking as if or scorched; sunburnt. • (a.) Having much heat in the constitution and little serum in the blood. [Obs.] Hence: Atrabilious; sallow; gloomy.
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adust

1. Inflamed or scorched; fiery. 'The Libyan air adust.' ... 2. Looking as if or scorched; sunburnt. 'A tall, thin man, of an adust complexion.' (Sir W. Scott) ... 3. <medicine> Having much heat in the constitution and little serum in the blood. Hence: Atrabilious; sallow; gloomy. ... Origin: L. Adustus, p. P. Of adurere: cf. F. Aduste. ... So...
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adust

baked adjective dried out by heat or excessive exposure to sunlight; `a vast desert all adust`; `land lying baked in the heat`; `parched soil`; `the earth was scorched and bare`; `sunbaked salt flats`
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Adust

A¬∑dust' adjective [ Latin adustus , past participle of adurere : confer French aduste .] 1. Inflamed or scorched; fiery. 'The Libyan air adust .' Milton. 2. Looking as if or scorched; sunburnt. « A tall, thin man, of an adust complex...
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adust

burnt; scorched
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adust

[adj] - dried out by heat or excessive exposure to sunlight 2. [adj] - (archaic) burned brown by the sun
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