Definition of Blebby

1. Adjective. Covered with small blisters.

Exact synonyms: Blistery
Similar to: Unhealthy
Derivative terms: Bleb, Blister



2. Adjective. (of glass or quartzite) marred by small bubbles or small particles of foreign material.
Exact synonyms: Blebbed
Similar to: Blemished

Definition of Blebby

1. a. Containing blebs, or characterized by blebs; as, blebby glass.

Definition of Blebby

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to blebs or bubbles ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Blebby

1. bleb [adj] - See also: bleb

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blebby

bleated
bleater
bleaters
bleating
bleatings
bleats
bleaty
bleb
blebbed
blebbier
blebbiest
blebbing
blebbings
blebbistatin
blebby (current term)
blebs
blech
bleches
blechy
bled
bled dry
bled white
blee
bleed
bleed-sheet
bleed-through
bleed dry
bleed out
bleed the lizard

Literary usage of Blebby

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1. A Manual of auscultation and percussion by Jean Baptiste Philippe Barth, Henri Louis Roger (1866)
"... can manifest themselves, the sonorous rattle announces almost certainly a state of inflammation, or of fluxion in the bronchi. 2d. blebby Rattling. ..."

2. Tables for the Determination, Description and Classification of Minerals by James Clarke Foye (1882)
"( H=5—5.5, Thomsonite, Fuses to a glass, clear either hot or cold (not blebby), Datolite, Fuses to a glass, clear when hot, opaque when cold (not ..."

3. Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland by Royal geological society of Ireland (1862)
"In the forceps, in the outer flame, it fuses on the edge into a green glass, slightly blebby ; in a strong heat it boils a good deal, and a small fragment ..."

4. The Blowpipe Vade Macum: The Blowpipe Characters of Minerals : Deduced from by Aquilla Smith, Samuel Haughton, Robert Henry Scott (1862)
"In the forceps becomes white and opaque, and fuses quietly into a milky globule, slightly blebby, and not rendered more transparent in a strong heat. ..."

5. A System of Mineralogy: Descriptive Mineralogy, Comprising the Most Recent by James Dwight Dana, George Jarvis Brush (1868)
"BB becomes opaque, swells up into vermicular forms, but not in so marked s manner as scolecite, fusing easily to a blebby enamel. ..."

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