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Webster 1913 Edition


Exulcerate

Ex-ul′cer-ate

,
Verb.
T.
&
I.
[L.
exulceratus
, p. p. of
exulcerare
to make sore;
ex
out +
ulcerare
. See
Ulcerate
.]
1.
To ulcerate.
[Obs.]
“To exulcerate the lungs.”
Evelyn.
2.
To corrode; to fret; to chafe; to inflame.
[Obs.]
Minds
exulcerated
in themselves.
Hooker.

Ex-ul′cer-ate

,
Adj.
[L.
exulceratus
, p. p.]
Very sore; ulcerated.
[Obs.]
Bacon.

Webster 1828 Edition


Exulcerate

EXUL'CERATE

,
Verb.
T.
[L. exulcero; ex and ulcero, to ulcerate, ulcus, an ulcer.]
1.
To cause or produce an ulcer or ulcers.
2.
To afflict; to corrode; to fret or anger.

EXUL'CERATE

,
Verb.
I.
To become an ulcer or ulcerous.

Definition 2021


exulcerate

exulcerate

English

Adjective

exulcerate (comparative more exulcerate, superlative most exulcerate)

  1. (obsolete) Very sore; ulcerated.
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Verb

exulcerate (third-person singular simple present exulcerates, present participle exulcerating, simple past and past participle exulcerated)

  1. To ulcerate.
    • Evelyn
      To exulcerate the lungs.
  2. To corrode; to fret; to chafe; to inflame.
    • Hooker
      Minds exulcerated in themselves.


Latin

Verb

exulcerāte

  1. second-person plural present active imperative of exulcerō