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Noun(1) an unforeseen obstacle(2) the act of rubbing or wiping
Verb(1) move over something with pressure(2) cause friction(3) scrape or rub as if to relieve itching
(1) Carefully avoiding letting her trouser legs rub against each other causing a large amount of sound, she eased her way to the door and burst it open.(2) Not to mention that the socks will rub against each other, which might create discomfort and cause blisters.(3) He knew that he could fake an accidental rub against her skin.(4) a muscle rub(5) badly fitting shoes can rub painfully(6) When your schedule cuts stretching or sauna time out of your workout, reach for a rub .(7) He went over to the first aid kit and got some ointment to rub onto Juliet's wounds.(8) I strolled over to him, gave him a friendly rub , and then turned to back to tend to Chaz.(9) Thomas jumped out, gave me a rub , ran straight to his food bowl, and started eating.(10) Blisters are usually the result of heat injury, such as sunburn, or from repeated friction, such as shoes that rub .(11) she pulled out a towel and gave her head a quick rub(12) You might also try attaching moleskin to the inside of your shoes where it might rub , such as your heels.(13) Tight clothes that rub against acne aggravated skin tend to disrupt the area even more and give rise to new pimples by spreading the oil and bacteria.(14) Avoid using tight fitting diapers that could rub against the skin.(15) To remove rust marks from old linen, rub in a mixture of lemon juice and salt and leave for 2-3 hours in the sun.(16) I also keep Bach Rescue Remedy in my first-aid kit, along with a good muscle balm and a chest rub .
1. massage ::
2. polish ::
3. problem ::
4. wipe ::
5. hang-up ::
6. massage ::
7. apply ::
8. chafe ::
9. fret ::
10. itch ::
Different Formsrub, ruben, rubens, rubes, rubs
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