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nefand (comparative more nefand, superlative most nefand)

  1. (obsolete) unspeakable; nefandous
    • 1616, Richard Sheldon, A Survey of the Miracles of the Church of Rome
      nefand buggeries.

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From Latin nefandus.

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nefand (feminine nefanda, masculine plural nefands, feminine plural nefandes)

  1. nefandous

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