dander


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Synonyms for dander

a tendency to become angry or irritable

Synonyms for dander

small scales from animal skins or hair or bird feathers that can cause allergic reactions in some people

a feeling of anger and animosity

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Tests indicate that she is allergic to a large number of items, including sesames, mushroom, chocolate, broccoli, fish, whole wheat bread, dog dander and various plants.
Dander took his two dollars and bought supplies to make cookies.
Dust is mostly human skin flakes, but also includes pollen, pet dander, and dust mites and their droppings.
Epidemiologic studies have linked the disease to a plethora of modern lifestyle factors, but the traditional focus has been on heredity and a few identifiable triggers such as animal dander, fungi, ozone, and pollens.
In testing, the seams were subjected to dust mite allergen and cat dander (which is even smaller than dust mites).
In the dander and under their breath, in the soil and in the water, on the leaves and the clothing of the dignitaries, lay creatures unknown to Hicks, microorganisms, insidiously moving from animals to humans, eating, multiplying, sharing, spreading, connecting.
LaDuke and publishers have combined 40 of her most important speeches, articles and fiction excerpts in this collection designed to get your blood boiling and your dander up.
Perry: An infected external canal will exhibit a spidery dander that we can simply peel off.
Listening is also a key part of the job, since asthma can be triggered by everything from cat dander to old carpeting, dust mites, outdoor air pollution, poor use of medication and neighborhood crime that keeps children cooped up.
In addition, the company said SneezeEze is effective for symptoms associated with pet dander and polluted environments.
We have found an inexpensive way to filter home air to remove dust, pollen, pet dander, and other particles.
He still seemed to enjoy trying to get my dander up, and even though I no longer rose to them, his remarks hurt.
It's a stone's throw from grim north Belfast sectarian hotspot Carlisle Circus and a dander from a few not-very-pretty peacelines.
In an environment with fewer challenges from microorganisms, the immune system may learn to attack inappropriate targets, such as cat dander or pollen, he says.
9 micron) include house and textile dust, pollen, pet dander, dust mites and their feces, many bacteria, auto exhaust, mold spores and particles from laser printers and copiers.