Thesaurus / eruptive
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The eruptive lesions are scanty and productive of but trifling subjective sensations.
The rock in which the Hungarian Opals occur is eruptive, and of the kind known as andesite.
Such conditions are chiefly encountered in typhus, typhoid fever, the eruptive fevers, and pneumonia.
Classification of the prominences divides them into two broad types, the quiescent and the eruptive.
ASTRONOMYDAVID TODD
This is a valuable remedy for eruptive diseases of the tongue and mouth.
This soap has lately been much used for eruptive disorders, particularly on the Continent, and with varying degrees of success.
THE ART OF PERFUMERYG. W. SEPTIMUS PIESSE
But a mere political relationship is all conscious; it is an eruptive inflammation of aggressiveness.
THE SPIRIT OF JAPANSIR RABINDRANATH TAGORE
The leaves are fragrant, and make a pleasant beverage, and the young roots furnish a medicine for eruptive fevers.
THE OLD MARKET-CARTMRS. F. B. SMITH
Do the cutaneous manifestations of the eruptive fevers bear resemblance to the erythematous type of eczema?
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
An eruptive complaint, sometimes, at one period of my life, very severe.

WORDS RELATED TO ERUPTIVE

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