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Definition of "bubonic" [bu•bon•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to buboes. (adjective)

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Use "bubonic" in a sentence
  • "Most often, when it enters your body, you develop what's either called bubonic plague, as you've shown pictures of where it develops into the lymph nodes and then sometimes gets into the bloodstream."
  • "That's what they called bubonic plague in San Francisco and yellow fever in Texas in the old days of concealment. ""
  • "I have read an account of people going crazy, in these outbreaks of so called bubonic plagues."