- v undergo ulceration
Her stomach ulcerated
- v affect with an ulcer
Her stomach was ulcerated
- Later they ulcerate the front lobes of the brain.
- The prison press must publish under conditions that would ulcerate an editor on the outside.
- Friar Tuck, I am certainly not suggesting that you don't tell the truth as you see it, much less asking you to ulcerate your honorable self.