BLEBBIER

bleb

[bleb]
noun
1.
Medicine/Medical. a blister or vesicle.
2.
a bubble.

Origin:
1600–10; akin to blob, blubber

blebby, adjective
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bleb (blɛb)
 
n
1.  a fluid-filled blister on the skin
2.  a small air bubble
 
[C17: variant of blob]
 
'blebby
 
adj

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bleb
c.1600, "blister or swelling," imitative. Also used for "bubble" (1640s), "protuberance on a cell surface" (1962).
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bleb (blěb)
n.
A large flaccid vesicle.

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