The enlarged heart, the diseased lung, the ulcerated liver betrays itself at once.
They were reddish-purple, ulcerated, and the stench was oppressive.
Astringent; very valuable in diarrha, hmorrhages, agues, &c.; and as a gargle in ulcerated sore throat.
I may have an ulcerated tooth, and that, you know, is very painful.
What man can write a great poem or win a battle with an ulcerated tooth tearing at his nerves!
The mouth continually dreuls, and in some instances is ulcerated and sore.
You will there see whose hearts were with you, and whose were ulcerated against you.
One of these has ulcerated, and the doctor tells me is in a serious condition.
As the discharge from ulcerated eyes is very infectious, care should be taken not to communicate it to other persons' eyes.
He was attacked by fever and ulcerated bowels, in which excruciating pain he lingered for some time, till he died.
ulcerate ul·cer·ate (ŭl'sə-rāt')
v. ul·cer·at·ed, ul·cer·at·ing, ul·cer·ates
To develop an ulcer; become ulcerous.