A scurfy or warty top, the protuberances of which rub easily off, leaving the skin intact.
Nearly half of them were afflicted with the scurfy skin-disease.
In pathology, a dry papulous or pimply eruption of the skin, terminating in scurfy exfoliations.
The skin may be abnormally dry and scurfy or moist and offensive.
"Perhaps Fane will recite to us his discovery," said Mr. Cray, scratching his scurfy head with the gnawed end of a penholder.
The winter buds are compressed, scurfy, and of a bright yellow color.
Priscilla smiled at the General as he emerged from the hands of Jane, "red and scurfy," just as he had said.
Lepis, Greek for a scale, whence Lepidote, leprous; covered with scurfy scales.
The hair falls off; a scurfy appearance of the skin is perceptible; and the animal is poor in condition and in milk.
The lining is brownish and a remnant of the scurfy down is found in the neighbourhood of the veins.