Definition of ufological in English:

ufological

adjective

  • See ufology

    • ‘Once again the title of the film serves as a vehicle for the introduction of ufological terminology into the public lexicon.’
    • ‘The book provides both a thoughtful and insightful read into the ufological history of the cinema and its subsequent representation both on the cinema screen and television screens in our homes.’
    • ‘The ufological entertainers, mentioned above, have incorporated it as part of their acts.’
    • ‘The text that follows is a summary of ‘A.A.A. Bologna's ufological deriving report’.’
    • ‘Would you say that the experience you underwent in Pampa Lluscuma was more of a spiritual than a ufological event?’