Definition of Ballooned

1. a. Swelled out like a balloon.

Definition of Ballooned

1. Verb. (past of balloon) ¹

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Definition of Ballooned

1. balloon [v] - See also: balloon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ballooned

balloon dilatation
balloon fish
balloon flower
balloon flowers
balloon goes up
balloon knot
balloon knots
balloon loop
balloon loops
balloon mail
balloon sail
balloon seat
balloon sickness
balloon vines
ballooned (current term)
ballooning degeneration
ballooning mode
ballooning spider

Literary usage of Ballooned

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1. W. B. Yeats: Manuscripts of W.B. Yeats by David R. Clark, William Butler Yeats (1989)
"... and in lines 13 and 14 the clause "You shall look no more upon such horrors," is ballooned and clewed in after "dark." in line 17 (1048). ..."

2. A Practical treatise on diseases of the skin for the use of students and by Oliver Samuel Ormsby (1921)
"These ballooned cells are large and contain from two to sixteen or more nuclei. The contents of the vesicles when fully developed consist of a finely ..."

3. A Handbook of Health by Woods Hutchinson (1920)
"The heart is really a bulb, or pouch, which has ballooned out from the central feed pipe of the blood supply system, somewhat in the same way that the ..."

4. Diseases of the skin and the eruptive fevers by Jay Frank Schamberg (1921)
"Even the septa which run through the vesicle are frequently surrounded by ballooned giant-cells. At the base of the chicken-pox lesion the balloons form a ..."

5. Diseases of the Skin: Their Pathology and Treatment by Milton Bixler Hartzell (1917)
"... which are from two to a dozen or twenty large round nuclei, the "ballooned" epithelium of Unna; these changes are followed by fibrinoid metamorphosis. ..."

6. Acute Contagious Diseases by William Miller Welch, Jay Frank Schamberg (1905)
"Even the septa which run through the vesicle are frequently surrounded by ballooned giant cells. At the base of the chickenpox lesion the balloons form a ..."

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