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synonyms for blistered

  • peeled
  • cut
  • nude
  • open
  • sensitive
  • sore
  • wounded
  • abraded
  • au naturel
  • bruised
  • chafed
  • dressed
  • galled
  • grazed
  • naked
  • pared
  • skinned
  • unclad
  • unclothed
  • uncovered
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antonyms for blistered

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  • clean
  • clement
  • cooked
  • done
  • experienced
  • good
  • healed
  • healthy
  • moral
  • pleasant
  • sophisticated
  • warm
  • well-done
      • help
      • elevate
      • tell truth
      • flatter
      • please
      • make happy
      • mollify
      • appease
      • assist
      • improve
      • upgrade
      • respect
      • honor
      • compliment
      • delight
      • praise
      • soothe
      • aid
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        How to use blistered in a sentence

        With fire boots like these, it’s often said that it’s not the boot that gets broken in but your foot, so a durable pair of socks that fit well is sometimes just as important as the boot itself, especially when it comes to avoiding blisters.
        THE DURABLE GEAR ONE WILDLAND FIREFIGHTER SWEARS BYAMANDA MONTHEIOCTOBER 28, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
        Jean Potin keeps up a running flow of talk as he conducts his visitor down the long bare passages, past blistered yellow doors.
        UNCANNY TALESVARIOUS
        So, when he sat shoeless, resting his blistered feet on Locker's porch, he was ready to make his decision.
        SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
        The nurse who handed her the cup noticed a dark red sediment at the bottom, and on tasting it found her tongue blistered!
        THE PORTSMOUTH ROAD AND ITS TRIBUTARIESCHARLES G. HARPER
        He blistered Arbuthnot with abuse, swung from the newspaper office, and barged mightily down Fleet Street, a disturber of traffic.
        JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
        Lay pretty long, and by lying with my sheet upon my lip, as I have of old observed it, my upper lip was blistered in the morning.
        DIARY OF SAMUEL PEPYS, COMPLETESAMUEL PEPYS
        Honey you all is gwianter git blistered out in de sun like you is widout no hats on.
        SLAVE NARRATIVES: A FOLK HISTORY OF SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES FROM INTERVIEWS WITH FORMER SLAVESWORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION
        However, it swelled and blistered badly and the eye remained closed for two days.
        THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
        No one was any the worse for the hardships, except for a few blistered fingers from frost-bites.
        THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
        The surface was firmer, our eyes were relieved from the intense glare and our faces no longer blistered.
        THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
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        WORDS RELATED TO BLISTERED

        • blistered
        • branded
        • burnt
        • cauterized
        • charred
        • parched
        • scalded
        • scorched
        • seared
        • singed
        • abraded
        • au naturel
        • blistered
        • bruised
        • chafed
        • cut
        • dressed
        • galled
        • grazed
        • naked
        • nude
        • open
        • pared
        • peeled
        • sensitive
        • skinned
        • sore
        • unclad
        • unclothed
        • uncovered
        • wounded
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