Cumulose \Cu"mu*lose`\ (k[=u]"m[-u]*l[=o]s`), a. [From {Cumulus}.] Full of heaps. [1913 Webster]

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  • cumulose — cu·mu·lose …   English syllables

  • cumulose —   a. containing small heaps …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • cumulose — ˈkyümyəˌlōs, ÷ mə adjective Etymology: cumul + ose 1. : full of heaps 2. of a soil deposit : consisting chiefly of accumulated organic matter …   Useful english dictionary

  • Soil — For other uses, see Soil (disambiguation). A represents soil; B represents laterite, a regolith; C represents saprolite, a less weathered regolith; the bottommost layer represents bedrock …   Wikipedia

  • cumul- — combining form or cumuli or cumulo Etymology: New Latin, from Latin cumulus heap, mass more at cumulate 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • cu|mu|lose — «KYOO myuh lohs», adjective. 1. having a high content of humus: »cumulose soils. 2. full of cumuli …   Useful english dictionary

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