Origin of purulence
Related formsnon·pu·ru·lence, noun
Examples from the Web for purulence
The outer surface is always smooth, and no indication of purulence, softening, or scab formation is ever exhibited.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle|U.S. Department of Agriculture
Purulence, pū′rū-lens, n. the forming of pus or matter: pus—also Pū′rulency.
Already the exploiting class, as it neared the term of its depleted life, was but a mass of purulence.The Wrong Twin|Harry Leon Wilson