cornwyd, cornwydydd, chornwyd, chornwydydd, gornwyd, gornwydydd, nghornwyd, nghornwydydd
- dolur llygadfeini disglair
Noun(1) deep-red cabochon garnet cut without facets(2) an infection larger than a boil and with several openings for discharge of pus
(1) However, one of the Everton lads has a carbuncle on his neck the size of a duck's egg.(2) But the buckle on her belt was the shape of a circle of thorns surrounding a bright red carbuncle , like the tattoo on the nape of her neck.(3) Behind the guard was another, but he seemed to be more of a mage, with flowing red robes and an oaken staff with a brilliant carbuncle sapphire in its top.(4) You see every carbuncle , every missing tooth, every stitch of ragged clothing.(5) They began shortly after I had finished the concerto with an atrocious carbuncle resulting from an insect sting.(6) Nor did Dr Guillotin die on The National Razor; he died in 1814 of a rather less theatrical carbuncle on his shoulder.(7) In this world the most glorious of all possessions one could hope to have was that of the carbuncle .(8) Those monstrous carbuncles on his once-handsome face testify to what may well have been a deliberate poisoning.(9) It stimulates the immune system, restores liver function weakened by alcohol abuse, helps repair damage from gallstones and helps skin disorders such as psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, boils and carbuncles .(10) Furuncles and carbuncles occur as a follicular infection progresses deeper and extends out from the follicle.(11) Furuncles are deep, tender nodules on hair-bearing areas that develop from the coalescence of several infected follicles, just as carbuncles are a collection of several furuncles.(12) It can be made into a salve or the tincture can be painted on boils, felons, carbuncles , abscesses, inflamed acne, cellulitis and other local inflammations.(13) The local and constitutional symptoms became progressively more intense; and when first seen he had an extensive carbuncular infection.(14) Common skin infections include cellulitis, erysipelas, impetigo, folliculitis, and furuncles and carbuncles .(15) Stones of deep red color like glowing carbuncles are let into gilded woodwork, and Limoges enamels ornament the walls.(16) While leaf paste is used externally against boils and carbuncles , the extract is considered a good remedy for recurring earache.
1. boil ::
2. sore ::
3. abscess ::
4. pustule ::
5. wen ::
6. furuncle ::
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