Examples of globule in a Sentence
fat globules of hot wax dripping onto the table
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Monumentally weird, aggressively perverse, and not infrequently nauseating, Ballard’s most infamous novel is a raw tapestry of mucous membranes and mucilage, gristle and gore and globules of semen.
Then, looking at tattoo biopsies under the microscope, scientists saw macrophages laden with ink globules, and the story of tattoos became one of the immune system.
The Japanese Coast Guard has announced that black globules had been found on at least nine islands along the chain between Okinawa and the main Japanese islands.
My high-tech globule was air-conditioned, with a huge bed perfect for stargazing.
In a large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients by hand, making sure to squeeze the mixture through fingers to blend and bond, especially the bread, which tends to form little globules.
One type of muon detector, called a nuclear emulsion film, catches muons as lines of little black globules.
Fat embolization occurs when globules of fat break free from surrounding tissue and travel through the body, becoming lodged in blood vessels or the lungs and blocking the flow of blood or oxygen.
Along the San Jacinto River, just across from one hazardous waste site, poisonous globules of mercury appeared on the banks days after the storm.
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GLOBULE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of globule for English Language Learners
: a tiny ball of something (such as a thick liquid)
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