pustulant

[puhs-chuh-luh nt]
noun
  1. a medicine or agent causing pustulation.

Origin of pustulant

1870–75; < Late Latin pūstulant- (stem of pūstulāns), present participle of pūstulāre to blister. See pustule, -ant
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British Dictionary definitions for pustulant

pustulant

adjective
  1. causing the formation of pustules
noun
  1. an agent causing such formation
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pustulant in Medicine

pustulant

[pŭschə-lənt]
adj.
  1. Causing the formation of pustules.
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