Definition of Rubefied

1. rubefy [v] - See also: rubefy



Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubefied

rubboard
rubboards
rubby
rubby-dub
rubdown
rubdowns
rube
rubeanic acid
rubedinous
rubedo
rubefacience
rubefacient
rubefacients
rubefaction
rubefactions
rubefied (current term)
rubefies
rubefy
rubefying
rubel
rubelet
rubelike
rubell
rubella
rubella HI test
rubella cataract
rubella immunization
rubella panencephalitis
rubella vaccine

Literary usage of Rubefied

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

1. Saint Edmund, King and Martyr: A History of His Life and Times with an by James Boniface Mackinlay (1893)
"0 richest rube, rubefied with blood In thi passion, be fiil meuk suffrance Bound to a tre, lowly whan than stood, ..."

2. The Medical Works of Dr. Richard Mead by Richard Mead (1765)
"... of vitriol: and when the part begins to be rubefied, this liniment is to be removed, and the part anointed with ointment of elder. ..."

3. Landscape Archaeology in Southern Epirus, Greece 1 by James Wiseman (2003)
"They are found directly on the present shoreline in rubefied sands, the Bt horizon of a moderately mature paleosol (MS 2) overlain by younger active dunes ..."

4. Domestic Medicine, Or, Plain Instructions in the Art of Preserving and by François-Vincent Raspail (1853)
"sation of burning, or smarting, will always readily yield to a little camphor pomatum spread over the rubefied surface. A cataplasm (19, chapter vii. ..."

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