Definition of Excoriations

1. Noun. (plural of excoriation) ¹



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Definition of Excoriations

1. excoriation [n] - See also: excoriation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Excoriations

excommunication
excommunications
excommunicative
excommunicator
excommunicators
excommuning
excommunion
exconjugant
excoriable
excoriate
excoriated
excoriates
excoriating
excoriatingly
excoriation
excoriations (current term)
excorticate
excorticated
excorticates
excorticating
excortication
excortications
excosecant
excosecants
excreate
excreated
excreates
excreating
excreation

Literary usage of Excoriations

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1. A Practical treatise on diseases of the skin for the use of students and by Oliver Samuel Ormsby (1921)
"The lesions are oval or irregular excoriations and ulcers, sometimes crust-covered, pigmentations and scars. The most characteristic symptom is ..."

2. A Practical treatise on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of spermatorrhœa by François Lallemand (1866)
"These excoriations healed in about twenty days, under the use of cold lotions : they ... After the expiration of five years, the excoriations ceased, ..."

3. Hand-book of Skin Diseases by Isidor Neumann (1872)
"The form of the excoriations varies in different diseases, and depends in ... Thus the excoriations in scabies are generally small, roundish, and correspond ..."

4. Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Urinary and Generative Organs in Both by William Acton (1858)
"excoriations, however, are more commonly met with in persons who naturally have ... The number and position of excoriations differ greatly, but it is in the ..."

5. A Text-book of practical medicine, with particular reference to physiology by Felix von Niemeyer (1883)
"The rapidly-healing excoriations which remain after aphthae, and the ulcers ... Small vesicles, followed by very painful excoriations about the point of the ..."

6. Homœopathic Therapeutics by Samuel Lilienthal (1890)
"The excoriations irritate the already irritable child, which cries much ... excoriations much worse at night, which are raw and bloody, depriving of sleep. ..."

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