ulcerated


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ul·cer·ate

 (ŭl′sə-rāt′)
v. ul·cer·at·ed, ul·cer·at·ing, ul·cer·ates
v.intr.
To develop an ulcer; become ulcerous.
v.tr.
To cause ulceration of.

ul′cer·a′tive (-sə-rā′tĭv, -sər-ə-tĭv) adj.

ulcerated

(ˈʌlsəreɪtɪd)
adj
(Pathology) having ulcers
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ulcerated - having an ulcer or cankerulcerated - having an ulcer or canker    
unhealthy - not in or exhibiting good health in body or mind; "unhealthy ulcers"
Translations

ulcerated

[ˈʌlsəreɪtɪd] ADJulcerado

ulcerated

adjgeschwürig; woundvereitert; an ulcerated stomachein Magengeschwür nt

ulcerated

[ˈʌlsəˌreɪtɪd] adjulcerato/a

ul·cer·at·ed

a. ulcerado-a, de la naturaleza de una úlcera o afectado por ella.

ulcerated

adj ulcerado
References in classic literature ?
She was afflicted with toothache; one tooth after another ulcerated, and she went about with her face swollen half the time.
Dames of elevated rank, likewise, whose doors she entered in the way of her occupation, were accustomed to distil drops of bitterness into her heart; sometimes through that alchemy of quiet malice, by which women can concoct a subtle poison from ordinary trifles; and sometimes, also, by a coarser expression, that fell upon the sufferer's defenceless breast like a rough blow upon an ulcerated wound.
She wanted me to nurse my cold by staying at home today, and yet will not promise to avoid the danger of catching an ulcerated sore throat herself.
Every word that fell from Fouquet's lips, and which he thought most efficacious in procuring his friend's pardon, seemed to pour another drop of poison into the already ulcerated heart of Louis XIV.
Their irons had chafed the skin from their ankles and made sores which were ulcerated and wormy.
There is a pleasure--perhaps the greatest of which the sufferer is susceptible--in displaying the wasted or ulcerated limb, or the cancer in the breast; and the fouler the crime, with so much the more difficulty does the perpetrator prevent it from thrusting up its snake-like head to frighten the world; for it is that cancer, or that crime, which constitutes their respective individuality.
His captain growled "Well, let him," and waved away the ulcerated and pathetic soul behind these prominent eyes which lingered on the offensive woman while the mate backed out slowly.
High-risk hemangiomas were defined as those that were life threatening, at risk for functional impact, disfiguring, or ulcerated non-responsive to standard wound care measures.
James' Hospital for incurables in Rome where he had been a patient with an ulcerated leg and rapture that impeded him his whole life.
A DYING dog suffering from a 'horrific' ulcerated tumour was left abandoned by a cemetery.
Abandoned Peggy had bleeding paws, ulcerated eyes and torn ears when rescuers found her.
A small bully cross who had bleeding paws, ulcerated eyes, torn ears and a "haunted look in her eyes" was found abandoned on a Merseyside street.