Definition of Pulpier

1. Adjective. (comparative of pulpy) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pulpier

1. pulpy [adj] - See also: pulpy

Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulpier

pulp cavity
pulp fiction
pulp magazine
pulp magazines
pulp mill
pulp mills
pulpal
pulpally
pulpatoon
pulpatoons
pulpectomies
pulpectomy
pulped
pulper
pulpers
pulpier (current term)
pulpiest
pulpified
pulpifies
pulpify
pulpily
pulpiness
pulpinesses
pulping
pulpish
pulpit
pulpital
pulpited
pulpiteer
pulpiteers

Literary usage of Pulpier

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

1. Classical (imaginary) Conversations: Greek, Roman, Modern by Walter Savage Landor, Graeme Mercer Adam (1901)
"We walk no longer in the cast-off clothes ot the ancients, often ill sewn at first, and now ill fitting. We have pulpier flesh, ..."

2. Classical (imaginary) Conversations: Greek, Roman, Modern by Walter Savage Landor, Graeme Mercer Adam (1901)
"We have pulpier flesh, stouter limbs; we take longer walks, explore widers fields, and surmount more craggy and more lofty eminences. ..."

3. Down the Islands: A Voyage to the Caribbees by William Agnew Paton (1887)
"Ah-h! those little, black Antigua pines—juicier, tenderer and pulpier, more fruity, more fragrant, than any fruit I had ever before tasted. ..."

4. Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New-England by Cotton Mather, Thomas Robbins, Samuel Gardner Drake (1853)
"... one sturdy and surly Indian held his prey so fast, that one Benedict pulpier gave the mastiff a blow with the edge of his broad ax upon the ..."

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