blistering

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The doctors had vainly tried every remedy, iodine, blistering, and cauterising.

He enters the story on a blistering afternoon in the little town of Galeyville.

The iron about the wagons, and the chains were blistering to the touch.

In twenty the soles of his feet felt as if they were blistering.

His first wild thought was that the water was hot and was blistering him.

Well, then, if it must be so, he must and will; any thing rather than this hot and blistering sand.

That was impossible after the wolves and three days of a blistering sun.

If you're still thinking of blistering my fanny, don't try it.

A Lur, like the others, but with a pair of blistering black eyes!

Speke, however, won his favour by blistering and doctoring him.

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