Origin of tetter
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How to use tetter in a sentence
Ringworm is a curious form of tetter, in which the inflamed patches assume the form of a ring.
Tetter, tet′ėr, n. a popular name for several eruptive diseases of the skin.
It is crusted and scabbed with yellowish tetter, like sulphur or the rancid fat on meat.The Old Front Line|John Masefield
Thus the verses are continued until tetter having “no brother” is ordered to be gone.The Old English Herbals|Eleanour Sinclair Rohde
He is covered with tetter, a disease of such a sort as to increase his vehemence and his activity.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane