Definition of abluted in English:

abluted

adjective

  • That has been washed clean.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Tobias Venner (1577–1660), physician and medical writer. Originally from classical Latin ablūtus, past participle of abluere to wash off or away + -ed.

Pronunciation:

abluted

/əˈbluːtɪd/