Definition of Nebulose

1. Adjective. Lacking definite form or limits. "Nebulous distinction between pride and conceit"

Exact synonyms: Cloudy, Nebulous
Similar to: Indistinct
Derivative terms: Cloudiness



Definition of Nebulose

1. a. Nebulous; cloudy.

Definition of Nebulose

1. nebulous [adj] - See also: nebulous

Nebulose Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Nebulose Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Nebulose

nebuliser
nebulisers
nebulisers and vaporisers
nebulises
nebulising
nebulium
nebuliums
nebulization
nebulizations
nebulize
nebulized
nebulizer
nebulizers
nebulizes
nebulizing
nebulose (current term)
nebulosi
nebulosities
nebulosity
nebulosus
nebulous
nebulous urine
nebulously
nebulousness
nebulousnesses
nebuly
nebulæ
necator
necator americanus
necatoriasis

Literary usage of Nebulose

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An universal etymological English dictionaryby Nathan Bailey by Nathan Bailey (1724)
"NEAT WEIGHT, tb.e Weight • Commodity, without the Ca.k, iaj Ctfe, tyc. nebulose, L *tM.fu,. ... nebulose, I in ..."

2. Manual of Botany, for North America: Containing Generic and Specific by Amos Eaton (1829)
"... somewhat nebulose, becoming greenish-cinereous lamellae nebulose, becoming green: stipe hollow, slender: the curtain-lik volva becoming black. ..."

3. Cosmos: A Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe by Alexander von Humboldt (1868)
"When he speaks of the nebulose del ... cinguli,-et ensis Orionis, clusters of stars, $ Galilei notb che le nebulose di Orione ..."

4. Pre-organic Evolution and the Biblical Idea of God: An Exposition and a by Charles Chapman (1891)
"In working out his argument, Mr. Spencer admits that, with the exception of a few nebulose masses supposed to be still rolling round in certain interspaces ..."

5. Harmony Between Science and Revelation by Januarius De Concilio (1889)
"Thousands and millions of partial nebu- lose have been thus developed from more than gigantic clusters of complex nebulose; and to-day, ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Nebulose

Search for Nebulose on Dictionary.com!Search for Nebulose on Thesaurus.com!Search for Nebulose on Google!Search for Nebulose on Wikipedia!

Search