bleb

[ bleb ]
/ blɛb /

noun

Medicine/Medical. a blister or vesicle.
a bubble.

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Origin of bleb

First recorded in 1600–10; akin to blob, blubber

OTHER WORDS FROM bleb

bleb·by, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for bleb

bleb
/ (blɛb) /

noun

a fluid-filled blister on the skin
a small air bubble

Derived forms of bleb

blebby, adjective

Word Origin for bleb

C17: variant of blob
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Medical definitions for bleb

bleb
[ blĕb ]

n.

A large flaccid vesicle.
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