succubous


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succubous

(ˈsʌkjʊbəs)
adj
(Botany) (of a liverwort) having the leaves arranged so that the upper margin of each leaf is covered by the lower margin of the next leaf along. Compare incubous
[C19: from Late Latin succubare: see succubus]
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Word Length Dictionary COUSCOUSSOUS 12 OED COOSCOOSOOS 11 OED COUSCOOSOOS 11 OED COUSCOUSOUS 11 OED COUSCOUSSOU 11 OED COUSCOOSOO 10 OED COUSCOUSOU 10 OED CUSCOUSOUS 10 UWD COROCOROS 9 OED CURUCUCUS 9 UWD CUSCOUSOU 9 UWD OOSPOROUS 9 UWD OUROBOROS 9 OED SUBGROUPS 9 UWD SUCCUBOUS 9 UWD SURUCUCUS 9 UWD UROPODOUS 9 UWD CROUPOUS 8 UWD CURUCUCU 8 UWD ORDUROUS 8 OED PRODRUGS 8 UWD PROSODUS 8 UWD PROSORUS 8 UWD SOURPUSS 8 UWD SUBGROUP 8 UWD SUCCOURS 8 UWD SUCCUBUS 8 UWD SUDOROUS 8 OED SURUCUCU 8 UWD SUSURRUS 8 UWD Can readers improve on any of the selections here?
Her temptations are posed in both classical and folkloristic allusions: "Miss Porntip, sweet succubous, sucks him and makes him flow away into the thin sheets of warm repose.