Origin of vesicular
Examples from the Web for vesicular
Occasionally they show a fluxional banding; they may also be spherulitic or vesicular.
The real fissures are complete infoldings of the whole thickness of the vesicular wall and produce swellings in the cavity.
When fired at too high a temperature, he wrote, the clay would become so vesicular that it would float on water.North Devon Pottery and Its Export to America in the 17th Century|C. Malcolm Watkins
It has been said that the vesicular portion of the nerve mechanism is copiously supplied with blood.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume II (of 2)|John William Draper
Otherwise symptoms favorable, but severe; pulse 140; respiration moderately accelerated, and vesicular in every part of the chest.
Word Origin and History for vesicular
1715, from Modern Latin vesicularis, from vesicula, diminutive of vesica "bladder" (see ventral).