- n. Plural form of blister.
“Contrary to popular belief, the fluid in blisters caused by poison ivy, oak and sumac doesn not spread the rash.”
“If you're in a kayak, it's handy to put on the big toes or heals of barefeet to prevent blisters from a dau of friction with the inside of the hull.”
“SIX FUCKING HOURS in the mall before I found a pair that didn't instantly give me blisters from the mere act of me looking at them. lugar: Somnambularium disposición: drained música: los hamsteros”
“The mountains were spectacular despite blisters from a short hike and it was neat to see part of a glacier.”
“[A] Hardened resin blisters found on the trunks of spruce and pine trees”
“In addition to those two, there are kids who are retarded, girls who are missing limbs, and one young man whose skin blisters and falls off when touched.”
“The word blisters the air, though your lips be as two drops of June rain.”
“A few degrees the other way, and my skin blisters and shrivels away from the raw, quivering flesh.”
“A few degrees the other way and my skin blisters and shrivels away from the raw, quivering flesh.”
“I can now do things with a curling iron other than give myself scathing ear blisters, which is a marked improvement.”
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