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mor·i·bund / ˈmôrəˌbənd; ˈmär-/ • adj. (of a person) at the point of death. ∎  (of a thing) in terminal decline; lacking vitality or vigor: the moribund commercial property market. DERIVATIVES: mor·i·bun·di·ty / ˌmôrəˈbəndətē; ˌmär-/ n.

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moribund

moribund about to die. XVIII. — L. moribundus, f. morí die (see MORTAL).

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moribund

moribund (mo-ri-bund) adj. dying.

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moribund

moribundbund, fund, Lund, rotund •moribund • cummerbund •Rosamund • orotund

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