Ulcerative

/ˈʌlsərətɪv/

Origin

1565–75; < Medieval Latin ulcerātīvus, equivalent to Latin ulcerāt(us) (see ulcerate) + -īvus -ive (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Ulcerative

Ulcerative

adjective

  1. causing ulceration.
  2. of the nature of or characterized by ulceration.
  3. of, relating to, or characterized by ulcerationulcerative colitis

dictionary.com

Ulcerative

noun

  1. : the process of becoming ulcerated : the state of being ulcerated
  2. : ulcer

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Example sentences for Ulcerative

  1. My 16-year-old daughter was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis.
  2. The ulcerative process is very often extensive and loathsome.
  3. The term is applied to those peculiar suppurative and ulcerative conditions of the skin due to the tubercle bacilli.
  4. It comes from some vessel or vessels which the ulcerative process has ruptured.
  5. The pancreas, unlike the spleen and the liver, possesses comparative immunity against this invasion by the ulcerative process.
  6. The ulcerative form of inflammation is very rare outside of crowded hospitals.

Nearby words

ulbricht , ulcc , ulcer , ulcerate , ulceration , ulcerative colitis , ulcerative stomatitis , ulcerogenic , ulceromembranous gingivitis , ulcerous

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