Definition of nebulé
1 : composed of successive short curves made to resemble a cloud —used of a heraldic line by which an ordinary or subordinary may be bounded
2 of a molding : consisting of an overhanging band the lower projecting edge of which conforms in shape to a continuous undulating curve
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Origin and Etymology of nebulé
Middle French nebulé, from Latin nebula + French -é -ate, adjective suffix (from Latin -atus -ate)
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