Origin of pustule
OTHER WORDS FROM pustulepustuled, adjective
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How to use pustule in a sentence
In the case of the dog, the animal developed pustules about 12 days after its owners reported symptoms.The first known monkeypox infection in a pet dog hints at spillover risk|Tina Hesman Saey|August 17, 2022|Science News
The group made it to the Americas just in time to use one final remaining pustule—and to replenish their chain of children by renting some from local families.
Two boys would be infected with cowpox, and just before their pustules healed over, their pus would be used to inoculate another pair, and so on.
Although smallpox was a widespread and frightening disease, many resisted variolation, which meant inserting material from a smallpox sufferer’s pustules into a healthy person’s skin.Compared to Polio and Smallpox, America's COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign Is Going Great|Hilary Smith|December 17, 2021|Time
Later, rashes develop on the face and body which turn into lesions, pustules, and eventually scabs.There’s a second case of monkeypox in the US this year—but don’t freak out|Hannah Seo|November 18, 2021|Popular-Science
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.