from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of freckle.
- n. A pattern of freckles
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A spot; a fleck.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
That means approximately 18 percentof patients do not have freckling but remain at risk to develop other features of PJS.
Peutz-Jeghers syndrome (PJS) is a hereditary cancer syndrome identified by the presence of gastrointestinal polyps and altered pigmentation (freckling) of certain skin and mucosal areas.
Patients withBannayan-Riley-Ruvalcaba syndrome (BRRS) generally have macrocephaly, polyps of the intestines, lipomas and in boys, freckling of the penis.
Doran shed his cardigan and sat at his dusty patio table in shirtsleeves, his fair arms freckling in the first real sun of the new year.
Good, bad, or meaningless, there it will be: bunchy with fat or sagging from the bone, fading, freckling, wrinkling, and drooping so long as flesh endures.
In fact, feel free to put the word “usually” in front of the description and issues, as in “Type 1 usually has pale skin, light eyes, and blond or red hair, is usually Caucasian, and usually has redness and freckling.”
All is loveliness and children play in the powdery drifts all day long, rosy cheeked and noses freckling as if kissed by angel lips.
Daffé is 8 months old and a third-generation stuffing addict, a precocious little Muscovy mallard with sandy tufts, velvety brown eyes and wire marks freckling the baby-smooth feathers of his thin brown wings and legs.
The sky itself was the dark cobalt of just before dawn; streaks of salmon-pink had begun to bleed up from the horizon, freckling the sky.
So you'll notice in this particular individual, that she's had sort of a diffused freckling around the cheek.
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