verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Origin of blister
OTHER WORDS FROM blisterre·blis·ter, verbun·blis·tered, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for blister
This was vital for an especially rainy 50K in Wyoming, when any kind of recurring movement would definitely have resulted in blisters.
Palestinian artist Mahmoud Al Haj builds bleak cityscapes from pictures of medicine blister packs, inserting small photos of people at windows amid the nooks left by popped-out pills.In the galleries: Middle East artists examine sheltering in place amid pandemic|Mark Jenkins|January 15, 2021|Washington Post
Breathable shoes allow your sweat to evaporate more quickly while keeping your feet cooler and protecting them from blisters and fungi.Best running shoes for men: Five things to consider|Eric Alt|December 9, 2020|Popular Science
Drew’s boots are also made of a softer leather than other popular fire boots, which amounts to a quicker break-in time and fewer blisters.The Durable Gear One Wildland Firefighter Swears By|Amanda Monthei|October 28, 2020|Outside Online
Luckily with these heel cushion Inserts, you can flaunt your new kicks and not worry about painful blisters.
I ended up developing a blister on one of my vocal cords, so that kinda sucked.Deer Tick's John McCauley on Ten Years in Rock and Roll|James Joiner|January 2, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Blister rust is like having the flu; the pine beetle is like fast acting leukemia.
Briefly, blister rust is an Asian fungus introduced from Europe to America around 1900.
His face was yellowing again, under the blister of sun and alkali.Warrior Gap|Charles King
How is it that the moon, that enormous blister-plaster, does not raise them?Canada and the Canadians|Sir Richard Henry Bonnycastle
The blister, if larger than a half dollar, should be opened near the edge with a needle which has been passed through a flame.
The burns which destroy the outer layer of the skin, producing a blister, are treated much as a wound would be treated.
For this I've wrought until my weary tongue, Blister'd with incantation, flags in speech, And half declines its office.The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886|Ministry of Education