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blister in Illness & disability topic

blisterblister2 verb [intransitive, transitive]  MITto develop blisters, or make blisters form The paint will blister in the heat.blistered adjective My hands were blistered from all the digging.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
blisterEven as he watched, the paint on the metal surface of the door began to blister.It is a small, rocky body; its surface is covered with craters and blistered by the heat of the Sun.Brown blistered his players for their weak defensive game.The paint may blister in a mild attack or show yellow soapy runs in a severe attack.