Crossword clues for sabulous
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sabulous \Sab"u*lous\, a. [L. sabulosus.] Sandy; gritty.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"sandy," 1630s, from Latin sabulosus, from sabulum "coarse sand" (see sand (n.)).
a. sandy or gritty.
Usage examples of "sabulous".
The prophecy which he had uttered against her, the sabulous atrocity which he had radiated into her, had crammed every corner of her soul with a loathing and rejection indistinguishable from self-abhorrence.
He pried his eyes wide, scraped his eyelids across the sabulous exhaustion in his gaze, and saw Memla.