Wens hain't nothin' that detract from a person's moral worth.
Sebaceous cysts or wens are described with diseases of the skin.
In wens, cancers, and inflammations, new vessels are formed.
These wens are considered hereditary in some families, and seem thus independent of situation.
Again, we have seen that the police used to record the position of wens, tumours, tattoo marks and the like.
So the envious neighbour went home weeping, with two wens instead of one.
One strange practice was common to all executions at Newgate: a number of persons were "rubbed for wens," as it was called.
Sometimes the vessels whose function it is to deposit fat, are increased in action, and wens of no inferior size are formed.
My old missy—her name was Missy Myra—was 99 year old and her head was bald as a egg and had wens on it as big as eggs, too.
Wens are elastic lumps, painless and of slow growth, and most readily removed.