OTHER WORDS FROM scabbedscab·bed·ness, nounun·scab·bed, adjective
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Anbury causes a scabbed and broken skin, and tubercular growths on the roots and at the base of the bulb.
The inside has rather the look of meat, for it is reddish and all streaked and scabbed with this pox and with discoloured chalk.The Old Front Line|John Masefield
Fed by slaves from the cradle, hag-ridden by his vices; a purple young bully, a product of filthy sloth, scabbed with privilege.Rest Harrow|Maurice Hewlett
She had left a great bed of coals on the hearth, and the glow shone redly on his frost-scabbed face.North of Fifty-Three|Bertrand W. Sinclair
What, shall I dishonour my fair sumptuous and gay house with such a scabbed creephedge as he?The Life of John Bunyan|Edmund Venables