Thesaurus / blistered
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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.
Dot herself hated working the pump—it blistered her little hands.
He at once blistered a hole in each side of my knee, and applied sedatives.
The buggy had pulled up close to a rough, broken, blistered cone of stuff between ten and twenty feet high.
FROM SEA TO SEARUDYARD KIPLING
His back grew lame, his arms sore, his hands raw and blistered.
In such cases the coronet should be blistered or even fired with the actual cautery, and the patient turned to pasture.
SPECIAL REPORT ON DISEASES OF THE HORSEUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
This may be applied once every day until the part is blistered.
SPECIAL REPORT ON DISEASES OF THE HORSEUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
We were so weak with aching muscles and blistered feet that we began to worry about whether or not we could keep going.
His feet were blistered with the heat; there was a great burn on one of his arms.
THE BLACK BOXE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
The effect of the night attack is still shown in the blistered and scorched condition of my field-glasses.
THE FALLING FLAGEDWARD M. BOYKIN

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