Definition of Bulbously

1. Adverb. In a bulbous manner. ¹



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Definition of Bulbously

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bulbously

bulbosity
bulbospinal
bulbospongiosi
bulbotuber
bulbotubers
bulbous
bulbous bougie
bulbous iris
bulbous plant
bulbously (current term)
bulbousness
bulboventricular loop
bulboventricular ridge
bulbs
bulbul
bulbule
bulbules
bulbuls
bulbus
bulbus aortae
bulbus cordis
bulbus cornus posterioris
bulbus oculi
bulbus olfactorius

Literary usage of Bulbously

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1. Ballades and Rondeaus, Chants Royal, Sestinas, Villanelles, &c. by Gleeson White (1887)
"Quite bulbously his ample boots upbraided Her little feet. WE HENLEY. WHEN YOU ARE OLD. When you are old, and I am passed away- Passed, and your face, ..."

2. Canada as it is by John Foster Fraser (1905)
"... almost on the burst with ripeness, apples as rosy as the cheeks of an English lass in crisp winter time, and tomatoes big and bulbously yellowish-red. ..."

3. The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation by James William Tutt, Malcolm Burr (1890)
"The large spine is seen to be nearly O'Smm. long, smooth, curved, and pointed, basally it is somewhat bulbously expanded, and is clothed with short ..."

4. A Treasury of Humorous Poetry: Being a Compilation of Witty, Facetious, and by Frederic Lawrence Knowles (1902)
"A port-wine flavored He, a He who traded, Rich, rosy, round, obese to a degree! A sense of injury overmastered me. Quite bulbously his ample boots upbraided ..."

5. The Development of the Human Body: A Manual of Human Embryology by James Playfair McMurrich (1902)
"206, gt), rapidly increases in size, its extremity becomes somewhat bulbously enlarged (Fig. 208, gl) and a groove, extending to the base of the terminal ..."

6. A Natural History of the British Lepidoptera: A Text-book for Students and by James William Tutt (1904)
"... touching the pupa and usually being soldered to it for 4mm. of this, ending somewhat bulbously. The trunk or horn thus formed is rather more than 2mm. ..."

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