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bulbous

 [bul´bus]
bearing or arising from a bulb.

bulbous

(bŭl′bəs)
adj.
1. Resembling a bulb in shape; rounded or swollen: a bulbous nose; a bulbous stem base.
2. Botany Bearing bulbs or growing from a bulb.

bul′bous·ly adv.
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Also guests of the Tulip Parade will be able to get acquainted with other interesting bulbous plants: six varieties of iridodicium of different colors, 10 species and varieties of grouse, including varieties of hazel grouse, are planted in the garden.
A northern bottlenose whale, showing bulbous forehead and beak
Bulbous bow is a protruding bulb at the front of a ship just below the waterline.
Of the 68 cases of concha bullosa, 31 cases (45.6%) were of extensive type (Figure 1), 21 cases (30.9%) were of bulbous type (Figures 2, 3 and 4) and 16 cases (23.5%) were of lamellar type (Figure 5).
It seems like only yesterday that the nation sent off their brave boys to bring back the bulbous trophy.
The garden would have an aquatic plants garden, in addition to cactus, Japanese, bulbous and nutrition gardens.
The model features more angular and less bulbous front headlights, new fog lamp clusters, reworked rear bumper, new gauges with a white colour theme, and modified centre console and dashboard.
Cameras also caught a glimpse of small bulbous packets near some of the species' heads (arrow).
Andrew Kudless discusses <em>P_Wall</em>, a 45-foot-long wall installation of undulating, bulbous forms.
How frightening the giant turtle and nursery on the roof, the bulbous barber shop and ironic hotel with its many chins.