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Synonyms for skin

peel

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by the skin of your teeth

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  • narrowly
  • only just
  • by a whisker
  • by a narrow margin
  • by a hair's-breadth

get under your skin

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the tissue forming the external covering of the body

a thin outer covering of an object

the outer covering of a fruit

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to remove the skin of

to furnish with a covering of a different material

to exploit (another) by charging too much for something

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an outer surface (usually thin)

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body covering of a living animal

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a person's skin regarded as their life

a bag serving as a container for liquids

climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling

bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of

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remove the bark of a tree

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strip the skin off

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References in periodicals archive ?
New Diagnostic Test Helps MBL International Lead the Way in Autoimmune Skin Disease
5 million Americans suffer from psoriasis, an autoimmune skin disease in which skin cells multiply 10 times faster than the normal rate.
Peptimmune's other clinical development program is PI-0824 peptide immunotherapy for the treatment of pemphigus vulgaris, a rare autoimmune skin disease.
Psoriasis is a chronic, non-contagious autoimmune skin disease characterized by very dry, scaly and cracked skin; skin pain; and patches of red, raised skin known as "plaques.
New Treatment Offers Hope to Millions of Americans Suffering From Autoimmune Skin Disease
Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin disease that results in thickening and reddening of the epidermis and flaking of the skin as a consequence of keratinocyte hyper-proliferation and angiogenesis in the dermal layer.
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