Relating to or characterized by: cementitious.
[From Latin -icius and -īcius, adj. suffixes.]
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suffix forming adjectives
having the nature of; characterized by: nutritious; suppositious.
[from Latin -icius, -itious]
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a suffix occurring in adjectives borrowed from Latin, usu. formed from Latin past participles ( adventitious; fictitious), and in adjectives formed in English on the Latin model ( adscititious; expeditious).
[< Medieval Latin -ītius, -īcius, Latin -īcius; see -ous]
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