The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tube \Tube\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Tubed; p. pr. & vb. n. Tubing.] To furnish with a tube; as, to tube a well.
adj. of a tire; having an inner tube [ant: tubeless]
Possessing a tube or tubes. v
(en-past of: tube)
Usage examples of "tubed".
And if you're going to have the child tubed, you're talking about a routine out-patient procedure.
While I realize the nature and extent of her injuries would make a normal pregnancy impossible, they could easily have had a child fertilized in vitro and tubed, or used a surogate.
And if you’re going to have the child tubed, you’re talking about a routine out-patient procedure.
By the time they were down to their tubed skivvies, sitting on folded-up bunks facing each other with a pair of microwaved meals on the narrow table between them, Jamie's pulse had returned almost too normal.
The med team had Currald tubed and on oxygen before they spoke to her, and then they wanted her to come straight back to sickbay.
Suddenly an opening appeared about a third of the way from the tubed end of the first ship.