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scar·i·ous  audio  (skâr-s) KEY  also scar·i·ose  (-s) KEY 

ADJECTIVE:
Thin, membranous, and dry: scarious bracts; a scarious tongue.

ETYMOLOGY:
New Latin scarisus


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