Definition of Pullulated

1. Verb. (past of pullulate) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pullulated

1. pullulate [v] - See also: pullulate

Lexicographical Neighbors of Pullulated

pullover
pullovers
pulls
pulls a train
pulls one's head in
pulls one's own weight
pulls one's weight
pulls over
pulls teeth
pulls together
pullulan
pullulanase
pullulans
pullulate
pullulate with
pullulated (current term)
pullulates
pullulating
pullulation
pullulations
pullup
pullups
pully
pulmo
pulmocutaneous
pulmograde
pulmometer
pulmometers
pulmonaria
pulmonarias

Literary usage of Pullulated

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Philosophy and Theology: Being the First Edinburgh University Gifford Lectures by James Hutchison Stirling (1890)
"Shall it be the great beaks that haA'e pullulated into strength, or shall it be the small beaks that have pullulated into fineness ? ..."

2. Heroes of the Bible; or, Sketches of Scripture characters by William Spencer Edwards (1857)
"... (so as to be) white towards the brilliant (part), and the aspect of it (is) sunk down from the skin ; it is a leprosy; it hath pullulated in the burn; ..."

3. The Age of the Reformation by Preserved Smith (1920)
"NIETZSCHE of the medieval spirit at a time when this spirit no longer had a good conscience, pullulated soots, and superstitions ..."

4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1829)
"He says that Rationalism first pullulated in Germany, about the year 1760. Under the different names of Neologism, New Light, New System, New Exegesis, ..."

5. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"From the sea-shore to the shady green park, from the park to the dim distance, the land pullulated with people. Here you saw how Western civilisation had ..."

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