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Correct spelling: cellular


Common misspellings:

cellur, cerbellar, cirular, fellular, circlular, cellulos, vellular, silmular, celluilte, cellblock, cwllular, cellullar, c4llular, selual, celluloce, celluloe, cellulete, ciclular, cellualr, couslelor, dellular, xellular, cirriular, celluar, secluar, celerly, sellular, ceilar, cellulars, celluler, failurlar, celllar, celular, csllular, celuloid, heullaluha, cellsl, celullar, cirlular, crllular, cercular, halelulah, celarly, celluer, celulite, celulete, cdllular, cingular, sililar, ceullar.

Examples of usage:

  1. It takes possession, by a process, the secret of which nature has reserved to herself, of some hundredths of hydrogen, and fat is formed to be deposited in the tubes of the cellular tissue.  The Physiology of Taste by Brillat Savarin
  2. The waste products of digestion, of indigestion, of cellular breakdown and the general metabolism are all poisonous to one degree or another.  How and When to Be Your Own Doctor by Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon
  3. These four bodies are of a cellular texture, and full of a milky fluid, which may be squeezed out.  New observations on the natural history of bees by Francis Huber
  4. The substance of cellular tissue and of membranes, of the brain and nerves, these the vegetable cannot produce.  Familiar Letters of Chemistry by Justus Liebig
  5. The brain in bulk does not greatly exceed that of a man, therefore the rest of the enormous head is formed of cellular bone, affording a large space for the attachment of the powerful muscles of the trunk, and at the same time combining lightness with strength.  Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon by Robert A. Sterndale