Ex*ul"cer*ate (?), v. t. & i. [L. exulceratus, p. p. of exulcerare to make sore; ex out + ulcerare. See Ulcerate.]

1.

To ulcerate.

[Obs.] "To exulcerate the lungs."

Evelyn.

2.

To corrode; to fret; to chafe; to inflame.

[Obs.]

Minds exulcerated in themselves. Hooker.

 

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Ex*ul"cer*ate (?), a. [L. exulceratus, p. p.]

Very sore; ulcerated.

[Obs.]

Bacon.

 

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