from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. divide into chambers or cells; cellular, cellulated
- v. To make, or to become cellular
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as cellulated.
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Again, that most noble distinction of spirit which has so many applications (viz., spirit cut off; spirit simply branching; spirit at once branching and cellulate — of which the first is the spirit of all inanimate substances, the second of vegetables, the third of animals), is brought as it were before the eyes by several instances of this kind of reduction.
All she's done is ruin materials, make a couch look like it was made of cellulate, fail to understand the concept of gravity, and hide behind her fellow contestants.