Origin of pustule
OTHER WORDS FROM pustulepustuled, adjective
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How to use pustule in a sentence
Bacterial DNA also suggest that the ancient plague victim didn’t develop pustules or infect his family.Ancient human bones reveal the oldest known strain of the plague|Jaime Chambers|June 29, 2021|Science News
The pustule on the fore finger shews the disease in an earlier stage.
Little white specks appear upon the wool, and are soon followed by a small pustule at the root.A Treatise on Sheep:|Ambrose Blacklock
As well might you account for the smallpox by saying that the first pustule was the cause of the disease.The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 9 (of 12)|Robert G. Ingersoll
Pustule, pus′tūl, n. a small pimple containing pus: anything like a pustule, on plants or animals: a small blister.
It attacked the horse and cow as well as the sheep, and human beings died of it when they developed malignant pustule.