noun, plural bur·sae [bur-see] /ˈbɜr si/, bur·sas.
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Origin of bursa
OTHER WORDS FROM bursabur·sal, adjectivebur·sate [bur-seyt] /ˈbɜr seɪt/, adjectivepost·bur·sal, adjective
Words nearby bursa
Example sentences from the Web for bursal
Sure, there's Wheeler, and Bursal along with him, canvassing out yonder at a terrible fine rate.
But do you know that Mr. Bursal loses fifty thousand pounds, it is said, by the Airly Castle?
Mr. Bursal, pray before you go to her ladyship, do send my ooman to me to make me presentable.
I can't, for the soul of me, bring myself to say that Bursal's not purse-proud, and you can.
So your friend Mr. Talbot could not afford to bespeak a dress—(Bursal and Wheeler laugh insolently).