from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A compound suffix in adjectives of Latin origin, as in adscriptitious, adventitious, commentitious, oonductitious, factitious, fictitious, supposititious, etc., or formed on the Latin type, as abstractions, adscititious, excrementitious, etc.
- n. A compound adjective termination occurring in adjectives associated with nouns in -ition, as expeditious, etc. See -ition, -tious.
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Allow her to discuss, what you call 'slut-itious,' to a point.
My childhood friend over the past few years has developed chronic slut-itious.
Allow her to discuss , what you call 'slut-itious,' to a point.
This may seem fact.itious, but it is as valid as the idea of ownership of these things.