At length the ovum slips out of the ampulla—the common result—or the tube bursts.
F—Iron tripod, in which the ampulla is usually placed when there are not many particles of gold to be parted from the silver.
If an ampulla be inflated and then pressed, the corresponding tube-foot will be seen to extend.
Straightway there descends a dove white as snow, bearing in its beak an ampulla full of chrism sent from heaven.
And to the ampulla (Note 7) and shrine of Saint Remy a crown, and likewise a crown to the holy relics there kept.
The vessel containing the oil wherewith the Kings of France were anointed, oil and ampulla being fabled to have come from Heaven.
At the base of each tube-foot there is a globular reservoir, or ampulla.
They all knelt save the vicar, who had placed the oil in an ampulla upon a table.
We remember that at the time of the Revolution the ampulla containing the sacred oil was shivered into fragments.
She brought cups and an ampulla of wine—not from among those upon the shelves.
ampulla am·pul·la (ām-pul'ə, -pŭl'ə)
n. pl. am·pul·lae (-pul'ē, -pŭl'ē)
A dilated portion of a canal or duct, as in the semicircular canal of the ear.