- Latin muculentus, from mucus. (Wiktionary)
“Then, almost immediately, a mood as perfect as a pearl was fashioned right in the middle of all that superfluous and muculent funk surrounding us all.”
“BR: It is, to the best of my knowledge, unique amongst all fantasy novels ever published in containing the phrase ‘muculent saliva’ I stand ready to be corrected on that, by the way.”
“Something muculent sloughed away from his face as he coughed and spluttered the first breaths into his new lungs.”
“How can Congress have an 18 percent approval rating, a 75 percent disapproval rating, and yet virtually every single one of the muculent vermin who are in the party that controls that wildly unpopular entity get sent back to Washington?”
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