blisters

All Noun
1,210 examples (0.03 sec)
  • In some cases, these blisters can cover a significant area of the skin.
  • The poor people in some countries use them instead of blisters, when they are sick. Cited from McGuffey's Fourth Eclectic Reader, by William Holmes McGuffey
  • Blisters formed on their skin, while all the water in their blood seemed to dry up. Cited from A Voyage to Arcturus, by David Lindsay
  • He also suffered from blisters on his feet and a fever during training.
  • In his third start, he was removed because of blisters on his finger.
  • And, more than that, when he stood up, he didn't feel his blisters at all. Cited from Old-Fashioned Fairy Tales, by Juliana Horatia Gatty Ewing
  • My beautiful white skin will be covered with nothing but blisters. Cited from The Blue Moon, by Laurence Housman
  • There he lay for a week, his body covered with blisters, and afterwards went on to his own place. Cited from Grettir the Strong, Icelandic Saga, Author Unknown
  • "The blisters you'll get on your poor feet!" she would say. Cited from The Slowcoach, by E. V. Lucas
  • Some of the blisters left by the devil-fish were still visible upon his arms. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, Vol V, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
  • In a few moments large blisters rose on the surface, which were very easily removed. Cited from The Old Santa Fe Trail, By Colonel Henry Inman
  • Common areas that suffer from blood blisters include the hands and feet.
  • I feel better except for the blisters on my feet. Cited from Journal of Arthur Stirling, by Upton Sinclair
  • I assure you when I got home my feet were all blisters. Cited from Cecilia Volume 1, by Frances Burney
  • There are also a number of medical conditions that cause blisters.
  • I can't walk now, as the sand blisters my feet. Cited from Letters from Egypt, by Lucie Duff Gordon
  • Blisters may form more easily around the site of the bunion as well.
  • If intact blisters are present, it is not clear what should be done with them.
  • Soon later, the captain suffered from weeping red blisters all over his body, and took six months to die.
  • Look at the blisters on my hand, will you? Cited from Tom Slade at Temple Camp, by Percy K. Fitzhugh
  • Next »
Root form of blisters is blister for both verb and noun.

Meaning of blisters

  • noun A flaw on a surface resulting when an applied substance does not adhere (as an air bubble in a coat of paint)
  • noun (botany) a swelling on a plant similar to that on the skin
  • noun (pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid
  • verb Get blistered
    Her feet blistered during the long hike
  • verb Subject to harsh criticism
    The Senator blistered the administration in his speech on Friday, the professor scaled the students, your invectives scorched the community
  • verb Cause blisters to form on
    the tight shoes and perspiration blistered her feet