pustulant

[puhs-chuh-luhnt]
adjective
1.
causing the formation of pustules.
noun
2.
a medicine or agent causing pustulation.

Origin:
1870–75; < Late Latin pūstulant- (stem of pūstulāns), present participle of pūstulāre to blister. See pustule, -ant

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pustulant (ˈpʌstjʊlənt)
 
adj
1.  causing the formation of pustules
 
n
2.  an agent causing such formation

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pustulant pus·tu·lant (pŭs'chə-lənt, pŭs'tyə-)
adj.
Causing the formation of pustules.

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