Definition of Blackheads

1. Noun. (plural of blackhead) ¹



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Definition of Blackheads

1. blackhead [n] - See also: blackhead

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blackheads

blackfriars
blackguard
blackguarded
blackguarding
blackguardism
blackguardisms
blackguardly
blackguards
blackgum
blackgums
blackhander
blackhanders
blackhat
blackhats
blackhead
blackheads (current term)
blackheart
blackheart cherry
blackhearted
blackhearts
blackhole
blackholes
blackhouse
blackhouses
blackie
blackies
blacking
blackings
blackish
blackish-gray antshrike

Literary usage of Blackheads

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1. The Care of the Skin and Hair by William Allen Pusey (1912)
"CHAPTER IX DISORDERS OF THE FACE ACNE AND blackheads AND A BAD COMPLEXION AC^E is the familiar form of bad complexion that occurs commonly during ..."

2. The Woman Beautiful: A Practical Treatise on the Development and by Ella Adelia Fletcher (1899)
"... FACIAL ERUPTIONS AND blackheads. With most women, pimples are caused by indigestion or constipation. Unless the body throws off its waste material as it ..."

3. Practice of Medicine by Walter Sands Mills (1915)
"blackheads. Synonym: Comedones. Acne—pimples, comedones—blackheads, are closely related and must, therefore, be placed in the same chapter. ..."

4. Household Surgery; Or, Hints on Emergencies by John Flint South (1850)
"blackheads, As they are called, are very frequent on the forehead and by the sides of the nose of unhealthy young people. These are merely the blackened ..."

5. Heredity, Health and Personal Beauty by John Vietch Shoemaker (1890)
"Camphor, 10 grains. Rub well into the skin. 3. Ipecacuanha 1 ounce. Alcohol, '....!" Apply to the skin. blackheads OF 1 111: SKIN. 1. ..."

6. Beauty--its Attainment and Preservation by Butterick Publishing Company (1892)
"WRINKLES, blackheads, PIMPLES, SCARS, POCK-MARKS AND WARTS. BLEMISHES which do not come under the head of dis- colorations are easier to remove, as a rule, ..."

7. The Care of the Skin and Hair by William Allen Pusey (1912)
"CHAPTER IX DISORDERS OF THE FACE ACNE AND blackheads AND A BAD COMPLEXION AC^E is the familiar form of bad complexion that occurs commonly during ..."

8. The Woman Beautiful: A Practical Treatise on the Development and by Ella Adelia Fletcher (1899)
"... FACIAL ERUPTIONS AND blackheads. With most women, pimples are caused by indigestion or constipation. Unless the body throws off its waste material as it ..."

9. Practice of Medicine by Walter Sands Mills (1915)
"blackheads. Synonym: Comedones. Acne—pimples, comedones—blackheads, are closely related and must, therefore, be placed in the same chapter. ..."

10. Household Surgery; Or, Hints on Emergencies by John Flint South (1850)
"blackheads, As they are called, are very frequent on the forehead and by the sides of the nose of unhealthy young people. These are merely the blackened ..."

11. Heredity, Health and Personal Beauty by John Vietch Shoemaker (1890)
"Camphor, 10 grains. Rub well into the skin. 3. Ipecacuanha 1 ounce. Alcohol, '....!" Apply to the skin. blackheads OF 1 111: SKIN. 1. ..."

12. Beauty--its Attainment and Preservation by Butterick Publishing Company (1892)
"WRINKLES, blackheads, PIMPLES, SCARS, POCK-MARKS AND WARTS. BLEMISHES which do not come under the head of dis- colorations are easier to remove, as a rule, ..."

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