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  1. Subfusc definition is - drab, dusky. History and Etymology for subfusc. Latin subfuscus brownish, dusky, from sub-+ fuscus dark brown — more at dusk.
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  3. Define subfusc. subfusc synonyms, subfusc pronunciation, subfusc translation, English dictionary definition of subfusc. adj. Of a dark, dull, or somber color. n. Dark, dull clothing. adj devoid of brightness or appeal; drab, dull, or dark n formal academic dress adj.
  4. subfusc: 1 adj devoid of brightness or appeal “a subfusc mining town” “dark subfusc clothing” Synonyms: unattractive lacking beauty or charm.
  5. Mar 23,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Subfusc on Discogs/5().
  6. Nov 26,  · Subfusc, a song by Tarwater on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie perbtisecbueworkcardsodojanelvama.xyzinfo Duration: 3 min.
  7. Part of Speech: Adjective. Meaning: 1. Of a dark, somber or fuscous color as 'subfusc lighting'. 2. Devoid of appeal, dreary, gloomy as 'a subfusc mining town'. Notes: The British use this word as a noun referring to dark formal academic.
  8. Subfusc (/ s ʌ b ˈ f ʌ s k /) comes from the Latin for ‘of a dark/dusky colour’, and refers to the clothes worn with full academic dress in Oxford. Their origins stem from the formal day dress worn in the past that has, to a certain extent, fossilised around the Edwardian period into what it is now and has changed only slightly since to accommodate modern trends and needs.

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