Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ulcerate. (verb)
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Use "ulcerates" in a sentence
"The 30-year-old Wyoming woman suffers from Behcet's disease, an autoimmune condition that inflames the joints and ulcerates the skin, eyes and genitals."
"But unmixed hydromel, rather than the diluted, produces frothy evacuations, such as are unseasonably and intensely bilious, and too hot; but such an evacuation occasions other great mischiefs, for it neither extinguishes the heat in the hypochondria, but rouses it, induces inquietude, and jactitation of the limbs, and ulcerates the intestines and anus."
"A caustic poison is one that burns or ulcerates the esophagus when swallowed."