- having blisters, as paint or glass.
Origin of blistery
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Examples from the Web for blistery
I was itchy from the bugs, aching everywhere, blistery, and wet.An Obsessive’s Search for a Lost Jungle City
Christopher S. Stewart
December 30, 2012
Once it had been a blistery red; that though was in the days of his apprenticeship to this trade.Local Color
Irvin S. Cobb
A "blistery" bottom that is a cod ground the year around, the best of the fishing occurring in the spring months.
It is a "blistery" ground, the presence of these growths on a rocky or gravelly bottom usually meaning good fishing.
It has 40 to 50 fathoms over a bottom of sharp rocks and mud—a "blistery" bottom.