humified

[hyoo-muh-fahyd, or, often, yoo-]
adjective
transformed into humus.

Origin:
1905–10; hum(us) + -ify + -ed2

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Example sentences
It is generally darker than the lower horizons because of the varying amounts of humified organic matter.
In the other two nearby cores, the humified peat was thicker.
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