Definition of bombilation in English:

bombilation

noun

rare

See bombilate

  • ‘Instantly a bombilation of laughter surged over the auditorium.’
  • ‘The whip argued with the bombilation of the flies over the sugary dew of our sores.’
  • ‘When the bombilation became too fearful, Lovaina called out from her bed: "Make smaller noise! Nobody is asleep!"’
  • ‘They take the form of a submerged roar, a bombilation of sound coming up from the bottom of the sea.’
  • ‘This bombilation aroused the house, and a waiter entered the room flourishing a napkin authoritatively.’