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- adj. Having an ulcer or ulcers.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Ulcerous; ulcerated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having become an ulcer; affected with an ulcer; ulcerated.
O'er gardens of the bourgeoisie there rules a king of ulcered thigh,
She forced herself to stay, to work as though it were a day like any other, but her hands trembled when she cleaned the rancid, ulcered skin of an old man, and she lost count when she tried to dispense pills for a young woman with a cough.
Whose eyelids ever ulcered are with tearful brine;
Egypt, for I never saw any of those ulcered faces, or mangled noses, which are so common in the northern valley of the Nile.
This poor soul, pallid and puffy on his bed after desperate vomiting, sick and quiet and unregarded ever since, spent and ulcered mind and spirit by what he had so mistakenly undertaken, Jerome was for the first time wholly pitiful.
It is said to ease women in labour when drank in a decoction; to cure ulcers, if bruised and laid upon the ulcered part; to be a sovereign remedy for the head-ach; a considerable quantity of its leaves bruised, and laid as a cataplasm. upon the head, quickly removes the pain.
Columns of muddy smoke spurt up continually as high explosives tear deeper into this ulcered area.
Sore eyes, scrofula, withered arm or leg, sagged shoulder, hip out of joint -- There, crawling along the sidewalk, was the boy whose legs had been cut off by the street car; and the stumps were horribly ulcered.
I weep and never stint; mine eyes run never dry; My entrails ulcered are and blood and tears distil.
Alaeddin's palace was erst and weep till his eyes were dried up and their lids ulcered.
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