Part of speech:
(Card games) To defeat by winning all the tricks of a deal or a hand.
A pouch or pouch-shaped structure in an animal or plant, often containing liquids. The human bladder is a sac.
A round seal affixed to a papal bull.
(Obs.) A pustule; pimple
A raised line or streak made on the skin by the slash of a stick or whip; welt; weal
A ridge on the flesh raised by a blow; a welt.
A ridge or lump raised on the skin as by a blow
A blister having watery contents without blood or pus.
The definition of irritate is to aggravate or annoy, or to cause itchiness, inflammation or discomfort in or on the body.
To put a mark upon; to make recognizable by a mark.
A particular form of hurt, damage, or loss:
A sore, usually infected spot on the body, as an ulcer, boil, or blister
To be or become angry:
Beat is defined as a rhythmic movement, or is the speed at which a piece of music is played.
The condition or act of boiling.
A globular body of air or gas formed within a liquid:
A disease of plants that causes local decay of bark and wood
(Dated) a vesicant agent
A stroke with or as with a whip; switch
The formation or appearance of pustules.
A small inflamed elevation of the skin that is filled with pus; a pimple.
To defeat soundly in a fight, contest, etc.
To denounce harshly
To break up the surface of (topsoil or pavement).
To whip or flog
To strike or beat with the force and sound of a slap:
(Sports) To hit or propel (a ball, for instance) forcefully in a straight line.
Praise is defined as to give someone approval, or to thank God.
To beat (cream or eggs, for example) into a froth or foam.
A localized collection of pus in part of the body, formed by tissue disintegration and surrounded by an inflamed area.
(Now Rare) An inflamed sore or swelling
(Sports & Games) To achieve or gain in a game or contest:
Find another word for blister. In this page you can discover 59 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for blister, like: lambaste, slam, rake-over-the-coals, vesicle, bleb, sac, bulla, wheal, wale, weal and welt.