a poison gas that burns or blisters the tissues of the body; vesicant.
a package consisting of a clear plastic overlay affixed to a cardboard backing for protecting and displaying a product: a blister pack of four flashlight batteries. noun a type of packet in which small items are displayed and sold, consisting of a transparent dome of plastic or similar material mounted on a firm backing such […]
a disease, especially of white pines, characterized by cankers and in the spring by blisters on the stems, caused by a rust fungus of the genus Cronartium. noun a disease of certain pines caused by rust fungi of the genus Cronartium, causing swellings on the bark from which orange masses of spores are released
steel produced from wrought iron by cementation in covered pots, having a blistered appearance because of the gases generated during the process.
causing a blister or blisters. (especially of sunlight, heat, etc.) very severe or intense. very fast or rapid: a blistering pace. the act or an instance of forming a blister or blisters. a series or group of blisters, as on a painted surface. a thin vesicle on the skin, containing watery matter or serum, as […]