gypseous definition by Webster's New World
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- like gypsum
- containing or consisting of gypsum
Origin of gypseousMiddle English gipseous ; from Late Latin gypseus ; from Classical Latin gypsum
gypseous definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Of, relating to, or containing gypsum.
Origin of gypseousFrom Late Latin gypseus, from Latin gypsum, gypsum; see gypsum.
gypseous definition by Wiktionary
(comparative more gypseous, superlative most gypseous)
- Containing gypsum