from The Century Dictionary.
- In heraldry, wavy: curved in and out, in fancied resemblance to the edge of a cloud. A line nebulé may form the boundary of a fesse, bend, etc. Also nebulose, nebuly.
- noun A cloud.
- noun In heraldry, a line nebulé. See
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A little cloud; a cloud.
- adjective (Her.) Composed of successive short curves supposed to resemble a cloud; -- said of a heraldic line by which an ordinary or subordinary may be bounded.
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- noun obsolete A
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- noun a small cloud
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The (INAUDIBLE) nebule (ph) just brighter than anything before.
‘Not only am I that little boy, who made the water to flow for you, till the nebule came upon the glass; but also I am come to tell you all about your little girl.’
Perpendicular window, to support which the low circular arch in the centre had been constructed; on either side of this window were now to be seen the mouldings and featherings of the original early decorated lights, on a level with the lateral clerestory range; below these the Norman arcade, based upon a string course of nebule ornaments.
'Not only am I that little boy, who made the water to flow for you, till the nebule came upon the glass; but also I am come to tell you all about your little girl.'
The nebule, chiefly used for the fascia under a parapet.
The baroness will not touch unless a nebule be formed outside the glass.’