Definition of Rubefied
1. rubefy [v] - See also: rubefy
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubefied
Literary usage of Rubefied
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Saint Edmund, King and Martyr: A History of His Life and Times with an by James Boniface Mackinlay (1893)
"0 richest rube, rubefied with blood In thi passion, be fiil meuk suffrance Bound to a tre, lowly whan than stood, ..."
2. The Medical Works of Dr. Richard Mead by Richard Mead (1765)
"... of vitriol: and when the part begins to be rubefied, this liniment is to be removed, and the part anointed with ointment of elder. ..."
3. Landscape Archaeology in Southern Epirus, Greece 1 by James Wiseman (2003)
"They are found directly on the present shoreline in rubefied sands, the Bt horizon of a moderately mature paleosol (MS 2) overlain by younger active dunes ..."
4. Domestic Medicine, Or, Plain Instructions in the Art of Preserving and by François-Vincent Raspail (1853)
"sation of burning, or smarting, will always readily yield to a little camphor pomatum spread over the rubefied surface. A cataplasm (19, chapter vii. ..."