Origin of bladdery
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Fruit rounded, bladdery, 3-celled, few-seeded pods; ripe in autumn.Trees of the Northern United States
Austin C. Apgar
Bullate, appearing as if blistered or bladdery (from bulla, a bubble).The Elements of Botany
In the words of Dr. Gray, "The fruit is a globular dry berry, enclosed by a five-parted, bladdery inflated calyx."Seed Dispersal
William J. Beal
It was a mass of bladdery seaweed that the returning tide was wafting slowly to the shore.
Bloodless and bladdery things ran hither and thither noiselessly.