Definition of Bulbed

1. Adjective. Having a bulb.

Partainyms: Bulb



Definition of Bulbed

1. a. Having a bulb; round- headed.

Definition of Bulbed

1. Adjective. Shaped like a bulb. ¹

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Definition of Bulbed

1. bulb [adj] - See also: bulb

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bulbed

bulbar conjunctiva
bulbar conjunctivae
bulbar conjunctivas
bulbar myelitis
bulbar palsy
bulbar paralysis
bulbar pulse
bulbar ridge
bulbar septum
bulbectomies
bulbectomize
bulbectomized
bulbectomizes
bulbectomizing
bulbectomy
bulbed (current term)
bulbel
bulbels
bulbi
bulbiferous
bulbiform
bulbil
bulbils
bulbing
bulbitis
bulbless
bulblet
bulblet bladder fern
bulblet fern
bulblets

Literary usage of Bulbed

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1. The Natural History of Pliny by Pliny, John Bostock, Henry Thomas Riley (1856)
"bulbed leek*3 produces the same effects as cut-leek,33 but in a more powerful degree. To persons troubled with spitting of blood, the juice of it is given, ..."

2. Technical Gas and Fuel Analysis by Alfred Holmes White (1920)
"By using the clamps on the rubber tubes as fine adjustments the meniscus in the bulbed tube is to be brought tangent to the mark between two bulbs and also ..."

3. Catalogue of Antique Chinese Porcelains Owned by George B. Warren, of Troy by George B. Warren, Thomas Benedict Clarke (1902)
"CHINESE PORCELAINS: BLUE AND WHITES 448 BOTTLE, bulbed HALF-WAY UP. Alternate medallions of human figures and plants. Tung- ching. Height, four inches. ..."

4. Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education (1863)
"WINE GLASS; bowl bulbed at the base.—Venetian. 10th or 17th cent. ll.K;,»m. ... (5572) AVINE GLASS on tw:sted baluster stem, bowl 6703. bulbed and ..."

5. American Druggist (1891)
"Extract the other part by rotating it in a bulbed separator with diluted sulphuric acid (1 in 50), using successively three portions of 10 Cc each. ..."

6. Practical physiological chemistry: A Book Designed for Use in Courses in by Philip Bovier Hawk (1914)
"By means of the graduated pipette rapidly introduce i cc. of urine! into the hypobromite solution through the side opening of the bulbed- tube. ..."

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