verb (used without object), ul·cer·at·ed, ul·cer·at·ing.
verb (used with object), ul·cer·at·ed, ul·cer·at·ing.
- ulanova, galina,
- ulbricht, walter,
- ulcerative colitis,
- ulcerative stomatitis
Origin of ulcerate
Examples from the Web for ulcerating
On the fifth day the ulcerating gland burst outside and the parotid gland became relieved.
My stomach retched drily, grinding the sober pills to dust between its ulcerating walls.Measure for a Loner|James Judson Harmon
An ulcerating tumor of the nose or throat may cause the breath to have an offensive odor.Special Report on Diseases of the Horse|United States Department of Agriculture
They would naturally be most readily detached from soft, fungoid, and ulcerating cancerous growths.
The entire plant is very mucilaginous and the bruised fresh leaves are applied like poultices to cancers and ulcerating tumors.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines|T. H. Pardo de Tavera