pertaining to ; tuberculous.
of, relating to, or of the nature of a or .
characterized by or having .
a tuberculous person.
The extract is used as a gargle, wash for ulcerous eruptions and taken internally in tubercular meningitis.
Birds and Nature Vol. 11 No. 3 [March 1902] Various
In Denmark in 1894 over forty per cent were diagnosed as tubercular.
Outlines of Dairy Bacteriology, 8th edition H. L. Russell
As I sat here a moment ago I heard at least a dozen tubercular coughs.
Comrade Yetta Albert Edwards
In this way the tubercular masses and various other lesions are formed.
Essentials of Diseases of the Skin Henry Weightman Stelwagon
It has been shown in some localities that one cow out of every twenty-five was affected with tubercular disease.
Appletons’ Popular Science Monthly, April 1899 Various
The first and second bicuspids have tubercular cusps, they being in line.
Degeneracy Eugene S. Talbot
Birch-Hirschfeld asserts that cheesy degeneration of the mesenteric glands is always accompanied by tubercular formations.
A System of Practical Medicine By American Authors, Vol. II Various
For the sake of the child it must be separated from its tubercular parent.
Herself E. B. Lowry
tubercular disease has, within the past few years, been transferred from men to animals by inoculation.
The Physical Life of Woman: Dr. George H Napheys
I judged that a great many of them were tubercular, or the thin emaciated faces may have been evidences of exposure and want.
Broke Edwin A. Brown
of, relating to, or symptomatic of tuberculosis
of or relating to a tubercle or tubercles
characterized by the presence of tubercles
a person with tuberculosis
1799, from Latin tuberculum (see tubercule) + -ar.
tubercular tu·ber·cu·lar (tu-bûr’kyə-lər, tyu-)
Of, relating to, or covered with tubercles; tuberculate.
Of, relating to, or affected with tuberculosis.
A person having tuberculosis.
an infectious disease that may affect almost any tissue of the body, especially the lungs, caused by the organism Mycobacterium tuberculosis, and characterized by tubercles. this disease when affecting the lungs; pulmonary phthisis; consumption. any disease caused by a mycobacterium. Contemporary Examples Or … whole swaths of the planet could be ravaged by drug-resistant strains […]
. affected with tuberculosis: a hospital for tuberculous people. Historical Examples Finally the tuberculous tissue breaks down and liquefies, resulting in the formation of a cold abscess. Manual of Surgery Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles The sides of the face, and round the eyes, are bare and tuberculous. Reptiles and Birds Louis Figuier We’re tuberculous […]
a swollen part; swelling; protuberance. an uncontrolled, abnormal, circumscribed growth of cells in any animal or plant tissue; neoplasm. Archaic. inflated pride; haughtiness. pompous language; bombast. Contemporary Examples That something unexpected was a tumor the size of a grapefruit in his chest. When Harry Met Cancer Itay Hod April 9, 2014 But the reasoning only […]
of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or derived from Turkey or the . of or relating to the language of Turkey. (loosely) . the Turkic language of Turkey. Abbreviation: Turk. (loosely) . Contemporary Examples But Turkish troops stopped these panic-stricken civilians at the Turkish border. A Safe Haven Inside Syria? Bad Idea Christopher Dickey August 31, […]