Thesaurus / ampulla
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Ampullaceous, swelling out like a bottle or bladder (ampulla).
They all knelt save the vicar, who had placed the oil in an ampulla upon a table.
A LOST CAUSECYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
The ampulla is covered with a bladder or with waxed linen, lest the contents exhale.
DE RE METALLICAGEORGIUS AGRICOLA
The chief sign of the Canterbury pilgrimage was an ampul or ampulla or flask of lead or pewter.
At the base of each tube-foot there is a globular reservoir, or ampulla.
THE SEA-BEACH AT EBB-TIDEAUGUSTA FOOTE ARNOLD
He went on to make the handle of the ampulla, an easy matter compared with making the spout.
MARIETTAF. MARION CRAWFORD
At length the ovum slips out of the ampulla—the common result—or the tube bursts.
The vessel containing the oil wherewith the Kings of France were anointed, oil and ampulla being fabled to have come from Heaven.
IN CONVENT WALLSEMILY SARAH HOLT
And by God's grace on the day of the King's anointing this ampulla is always found full.
And to the ampulla (Note 7) and shrine of Saint Remy a crown, and likewise a crown to the holy relics there kept.
IN CONVENT WALLSEMILY SARAH HOLT

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