The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pustulous \Pus"tu*lous\, a. [L. pustulosus, fr. pustula a pustule: cf. F. pustuleux.] Resembling, or covered with, pustules; pustulate; pustular.
a. 1 bearing pustules 2 resembling a pustule
Usage examples of "pustulous".
Some said that great-granddad was bent, others that he was an old prole ahead of his time, and a martyr to causes as yet unformulated, but your mute testimony shut all their pustulous faces and left the old sonofabitch to lie in peace at the bottom of whatever stinking well they dumped him in.