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Synonyms for blister

Synonyms for blister

Synonyms for blister

a flaw on a surface resulting when an applied substance does not adhere (as an air bubble in a coat of paint)

Related Words

(botany) a swelling on a plant similar to that on the skin

(pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid

get blistered

subject to harsh criticism

cause blisters to form on

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Incorporating on-board reagent blisters represents a new vision for improving the performance of POC devices while at the same time reducing cost and offering a safe and reliable method for dispensing unit-of-measure volumes.
It was estimated that in 2014, 85% of solid dose drugs are packaging through blisters in Europe while on the other hand, this value was 20% in US.
Contract awarded for Drug Month Of September Blisters
Following exposure to the sap, painful blisters can start to develop rapidly.
It was estimated that in 2014, 85% of solid dose drugs were packaged using blisters in Europe; while this value was 20% in the US.
Blisters are dome-shaped defects that may occur when a coated object is immersed in water, when water lies on a horizontal coated surface (as during and after a rain), or upon exposure to high humidity.
Dubai: Serious burns covering a large skin surface which are a common form of injury worldwide can be treated effectively without reopening the wounds and draining the blisters.
Don't puncture blisters, advises a plastic surgeon.
Blisters are a reality of dance life, but sometimes with early care they can be avoided.
They became severely blistered, with black and clear blisters they would peel, bleed, crack and then more blisters.
QWHY do I keep getting blisters on my feet - and should I burst them?
Blister packages using the laminates are also cost-effective, as they require less material and leave a smaller footprint than all-aluminum blisters.
BLISTERS Never burst a blister; they usually need no treatment.
They have overcome 70 degree climbs, giant blisters and a full circus which wanted to set up where they were camping.
Blisters are common and can be caused by: Friction to the skin from shoes that rub.