sulliage

Sulliage

Sul"li*age\, n. [Cf. Sullage, Suillage, or Sully, v. t.] Foulness; filth. [Obs.]

Though we wipe away with never so much care the dirt thrown at us, there will be left some sulliage behind. --Gov. of Tongue.
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