Definition of mucid in English:

mucid

adjective

rare
  • Mouldy, musty, or festering:

    ‘a mucid sheet of green scum floated undisturbed over the goldfish pool’
    • ‘Here and there are mucid gray globs of something vaguely organic.’
    • ‘By midsummer, the water was mucid, pea-green, fermenting, almost bubbling with corruption.’
    • ‘The town was mucid and quaggy in the extreme.’
    • ‘The dank miasma of the marsh, clung with a mucid dullness round my frame.’
    • ‘He caught sight of a slop-shop where old clothes smothered the entrance with their mucid heaps.’
    mouldy, stale, fusty, damp, dank, mildewed, mildewy, decayed, smelly, stuffy, airless, unventilated
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Origin

Mid 17th century: from Latin mucidus, from mucere be mouldy.

Pronunciation:

mucid

/ˈmjuːsɪd/