They even gave instructions as to when to let the wheals down.
So saying, she pulled up her petticoats to her knees, and even a little higher, and showed the wheals with which she was covered.
The big miner's face was a projection map with wheals for mountains and with rivers represented by red trickles of blood.
All around Mary Tavy appear the dismal ruins of these mines, or wheals as they are called.
The mucous membrane of the mouth and throat may also be the seat of wheals and urticarial swellings.
Generally these wheals disappear as suddenly as they came, though now and again some are very stationary.
Every blow fell on a different place, and the twenty lashes left twenty wheals, breaking the skin in a dozen different places.
Simultaneously, there appears an eruption which characteristically consists of wheals surrounded by a vesicle (fig. 55).