2. Verb. (past of cup) ¹
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Definition of Cupped
1. cup [v] - See also: cup
Medical Definition of Cupped
1. Hollowed; made cup-shaped. (05 Mar 2000)
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cupped
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Literary usage of Cupped
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The London Medical Gazette (1841)
"Blood not cupped or buffed, but serum very opaque; pain relieved. ... Blood which was taken is not cupped or bulled; skin still hot; pulse 130. ..."
2. The Lancet (1842)
"Blood drawn yesterday buffed and cupped, the buffy coot being very thick. ... Blood drawn yesterday in two vessels, buffed and cupped in both. ..."
3. Travels in southern Abyssinia: Through the Country of Adal to the Kingdom of by Charles Johnston (1844)
"Determine to be cupped.—Mode of operating.—Medical knowledge of the ... to be cupped in the Abyssinian manner, during the cold stage of the fever, ..."
4. Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1902)
"... and only our earliest, ecclesiastical establishments,i and this monument seems to belong to the category of holed-stone rather than cupped monuments: as ..."
5. Observations on Cup-shaped and Other Lapidarian Sculptures in the Old World by Charles Rau (1881)
"cupped stone found near Groveport, Franklin County, Ohio. FIG. 36.—cupped stone from the neighborhood of Portsmouth, Ohio. FIG. 37.—cupped stono from Summit ..."
6. The Wind-band and Its Instruments: Their History, Construction, Acoustics by Arthur A. Clappé (1911)
"... INSTRUMENTS WITH cupped MOUTHPIECE THE FRENCH HORN, of all brass, cupped-mouthpiece instruments, may justly claim precedence for musical beauty of tone, ..."