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(byuˈbɒn ɪk, bu-)

1. of or pertaining to a bubo.
2. accompanied by or affected with buboes.
[1870–75; < Late Latin būbōn-]
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Adj.1.bubonic - of or evidencing buboes; "bubonic plague"
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adj bubónico
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References in classic literature ?
Then, steering a zigzag course, she fled from us as though we had been the bubonic plague.
The man who was immune to yellow fever was carried away by cholera; and if he were immune to that, too, the Black Death, which was the bubonic plague, swept him away.
Bubonic plague and small-pox were raging, while dysentery and pneumonia were reducing the population, and the railroad was raging worst of all.
I noticed a few things missing from the list like the return of bubonic plague, an alien invasion, or a huge asteroid hitting the UK...
A Mongolian couple have died of the bubonic plague after eating raw marmot kidney, triggering a quarantine that left tourists stranded in a remote region for days.
Upon presentation, she admitted to a recent hike on a bubonic plague-endemic trail in Colorado.
Cases were characterized by rapid onset of fever, chills, headache, severe malaise, prostration, with extreme painful swelling of lymph nodes (i.e., buboes) (bubonic form) or cough with blood-stained sputum, chest pain, and difficult breathing (pneumonic form).
After initial outbreak in August, Madagascar continued to see cases of both bubonic and pneumonic plague.&nbsp;
TOURISTS have been warned off Madagascar following an outbreak of pneumonic and bubonic plague that has killed 94.
He said that "is more serious than the bubonic plague and highly challenging to control".