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scabby

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Illness & disability
scabbyscab‧by /ˈskæbi/ adjective 🔊 🔊 MIscabby skin is covered with scabs
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scabbyThey rounded off with a scabby diatribe against the black choir in the Seventh Day Adventist Church whose voices lit the evenings.The scabby, festering evil went out of him at the touch of this holy place.I don't look at the face, only at the scabby hand.scabby kneesTwo scabby males lunged together, fighting at, and then on top of, his feet.She's got me by the jeans - the hand's scabby - she's got some skin disease.
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