of, relating to, or resembling a carbuncle, especially having a carbuncle or a red and inflamed area.
Menschell states that 44 persons were afflicted with anthrax after eating the flesh of oxen affected with carbuncular fever.
The Stock-Feeder’s Manual Charles Alexander Cameron
Pustular, sometimes furuncular and carbuncular and superficially ulcerative.
Essentials of Diseases of the Skin Henry Weightman Stelwagon
The kinds of pitsand are these: black, gray, red, and carbuncular.
Ten Books on Architecture Vitruvius
1737, from Latin carbunculus (see carbuncle) + -ar.
carbunculosis carbunculosis car·bun·cu·lo·sis (kär-bŭng’kyə-lō’sĭs) n. The occurrence of several carbuncles simultaneously or within a short period of time.
(in an internal-combustion engine) the process of producing a mixture of air and fuel in the correct proportion for engine combustion. Historical Examples In the manufacture of Bessemer steel both the carburation and decarburation processes are practised. Cooley’s Practical Receipts, Volume II Arnold Cooley The temperature necessary to effect the carburation of the iron has […]
(in an internal-combustion engine) the process of producing a mixture of air and fuel in the correct proportion for engine combustion. Historical Examples Some of the matters discussed were the four-cycle engine, carburetion, transmission and differential, and the storage battery. Our Schools in War Time—and After Arthur Davis Dean Describes minutely all auxiliary systems, such […]