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Enubilate (plural Enubilates)

Brit. /ɪ'njuːbɪleɪt/ US /ɪ'nuːbɪleɪt/ Texan /ee'noobillidoobilate/

  1. a word so rare, archaic and expensive that a subscription to OED Online is required to access its meaning.

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Latin enubilat- pa. ppl. stem of enubilare, from e- not having + nubilus [OED subscription required] + -ate verb form

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adj. enubilable

antonym. inenubilable

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