Related to something sloughed off or stripped away.(adjective)
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Use "exuvial" in a sentence
"In the poet's mind, the fact has gone quite over into the new element of thought, and has lost all that is exuvial."
"They are the very fool's cap of baboons, the echo of parrots, the wallet and satchel of polecats, the scum of stagnant pools, the exuvial, the worn-out skins of slaveholders; they dress in their old clothes."
"I have often, I said, fancied that, besides the load of exuvial coats and breeches under which he staggers, there is another weight on him — an atrior cura at his tail — and while his unshorn lips and nose together are performing that mocking, boisterous,"