those trades, as carpentry, masonry, and plastering, that are primarily concerned with the construction and finishing of buildings.
Syndicalism in France Louis Levine
Double Trouble Herbert Quick
Botany. Also, bulbel [buhl-buh l, -bel] /ˈbʌl bəl, -bɛl/ (Show IPA). bulblet. Mycology. a rounded mass of fungus cells resembling a sclerotium but of simpler organization, most commonly produced by certain basidiomycetes. Historical Examples Vegetable Teratology Maxwell T. Masters noun a small bulblike organ of vegetative reproduction growing in leaf axils or on flower stalks […]
a small bulb or bulblike structure, especially one growing in the axils of leaves, as in the tiger lily, or replacing flowers, as in the onion. Historical Examples The Gladiolus Matthew Crawford The Nursery Book Liberty Hyde Bailey How to Know the Ferns Frances Theodora Parsons The Fern Lover’s Companion George Henry Tilton