I. noun Etymology: Middle English blister, blester, probably from Old English *blýster, *blǣster; akin to Old Norse blāstr swelling, Old English blǣst blast Date: 14th century 1. an elevation of the epidermis containing watery liquid 2. an enclosed raised spot (as in paint) resembling a blister 3. an agent (as lewisite) that causes blistering 4. a fungal disease of plants marked by raised patches on the leaves 5. any of various structures that bulge out (as a gunner's compartment on a bomber) • blistery adjective II. verb (blistered; blistering) Date: 15th century intransitive verb to become affected with a blister transitive verb 1. to raise a blister on 2. lambaste 2

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