scaturient

scaturient

[skuh-toor-ee-uhnt, -tyoor-]
adjective
1.
gushing; overflowing.
2.
overly demonstrative; effusive.

Origin:
1675–85; < Latin scatūr(r)ient-, stem of scatūr(r)iēns, present participle of scatūr(r)īre to gush out, bubble up; see -ent

scaturience, noun
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